Jodie L. Brinkmann
Assistant Clinical Professor of Practice, Educational Leadership, Virginia Tech
Assistant Professor of Education, Longwood University
Principal, Echo Lake Elementary, Henrico County Public Schools
Assistant Principal, Jackson Davis Elementary, Henrico County Public Schools
Assistant Principal, Glen Allen Elementary, Henrico County Public Schools
- Educational Leadership
- Pre-K- 12 Curriculum and Instruction
- Collaboration and Co-teaching
- Undergraduate Pre-service Teacher Programming and Accreditation
- Pre-service Teacher Methods (Mathematics, Science, Social Studies)
- Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Virginia Tech, 2012
- M.Ed. in Educational Administration and Supervision, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1999
- B.S. in Elementary Education/Early Childhood Education, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, 1993
- International Society for Educational Planning (ISEP)- Executive Board Positions: Secretary and Treasurer
- Virginia Education Research Association (VERA)- Executive Board Positions: Secretary and Research Chair
- Virginia Postgraduate Professional teaching license with endorsements in Early Childhood and Elementary Education (Pre-k-6)
- Virginia Postgraduate Professional License in Public School Administration and Supervision
- LOTI Course Completion and Certificate Awarded for On-line Instruction (2015)
- MANDT Restraint System Certified (2013)
- Incident Command and Response Training/FEMA (2009)
Brinkmann, J. L. (2019). Making a Difference: Increasing Elementary Pre-service Teachers’ Self-Efficacy in Mathematics. Educational Planning, 26(1), 7-21.
Brinkmann, J. L. & Twiford, T. W. (2012). Voices from the Field: Skill Sets Needed for Effective Collaboration and Co-teaching” International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 7(3), 1-13.
Brinkmann J. L. (2012). Dissertation: Perceptions of Beginning General and Exceptional Education Teachers of their Preparation and Importance of Skills Associated with Collaboration and Co-teaching.
Virginia Department of Education, (2016). Teacher Leadership Program, Coach: Inquiry-based Model for Building Teacher Leadership to Promote Academic Achievement.
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