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Department of Educational Foundations & Leadership
The University of Toledo
Main Campus
Gillham Hall, 5th floor
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Mailing address:
The University of Toledo
Main Campus
MS 921
Toledo, OH 43606-3390

Department Secretary:
Ruth Ann Easterwood
Gillham Hall Room 5000
419.530.2461
ruthann.easterwood@
utoledo.edu

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Interim Chair
Dr. Gregory Stone
Gillham Hall Room 5400-M
gregory.stone@utoledo.edu

Department of Educational Foundations & Leadership

Noela Haughton 

Noela Haughton

Dr. Noela Haughton
Associate Professor
Research and Measurement Program
Department of Educational Foundations & Leadership



Gillham Hall Room 5400J
Mail Stop 921
Phone:  419.530.8482
Fax:      419.530.7719
noela.haughton@utoledo.edu

 

 

  Educational Background
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2004  

Ph.D. in Instructional Systems (Learning, Design, & Technology)
The Pennsylvania State University

1997

M.S. in Instructional Systems (Learning, Design, & Technology)
The Pennsylvania State University

1982 B.S. (Hons.) in Management Studies
The University of the West Indies

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  Scholarly Interests
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Dr. Noela A. Haughton is an associate professor of Education with the Judith Herb College of Education at the University of Toledo. Her research interests include assessment, accreditation, and accountability in higher education and the role of technology and other innovations to support assessments, academic quality, and program evaluation. Her is currently exploring the role of accreditation and technology to support competency-based assessments and learning outcomes.

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  Selected Publications
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Haughton, N., & Keil, V. (2014). Technology-supported assessment systems: A comparison of accredited and unaccredited programs. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 13(4).

Glassman, T., Haughton, N., Wohlwend, J., Roberts, S, .Jordan, T., Yingling, F., & Blavos, A. (2013).  A health communication intervention to reduce high-risk drinking among college students at a Midwest university. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 50(4), 355-372.

Nworie, J., Haughton, N., & Operandi, S. (2012). Leadership in distance learning: qualities and qualifications sought by higher education institutions. American Journal of Distance Education, 26(3).

Keil, V., Haughton, N., & DeShetler, L. (2011).  Death of an innovation: The crash and burn of the use of mobile technology in education. Ohio Journal of Teacher Education, 24, 2, 14 – 19.

Haughton, N., & Keil, V. (2009). Assessment in colleges of education: A preliminary examination of Assessment Systems and Infrastructure. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 22, 2, 38-48.

Haughton, N., & Keil, V. (2009).  Dynamic complexity: The interrelationship of systems thinking, accreditation standards, and assessment resources to promote continuous improvement. Ohio Journal of Teacher Education, 22, 1, 5 – 14.

Haughton, N., & Keil, V. (2009). Engaging with faculty to develop, implement, and pilot electronic performance assessments of student teachers using mobile devices. The Teacher Educator, 44, 4, 275 - 284.

Haughton, N., & Romero, L. (2009). The online educator: Instructional strategies for effective practice. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 5, 3, 570 – 576.

Keil, V., & Haughton, N. (2009) Technology supported systems in SCDE: Myth verses reality. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 41, 3, 369-390.

Nworie, J., & Haughton, N. (2008). Good intensions and unanticipated effects: The unintended consequences of the application of technology in teaching and learning environments. Tech Trends, 52, 5, 52 – 58.

Keil, V., & Haughton, N. (2007). Accreditation data collection requirements vs. faculty loads: One college’s use of self-study to balance these two realities. Teacher Educator, Spring 2007.

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      Selected Refereed Scholarly Papers and Presentations
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Haughton, N., Sandt, D., & Slantcheva-Durst, S. (2014). Effective online teaching and learning environments captured through course syllabi: An exploratory quant content analysis.  Paper accepted for presentation at the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications June 2014, Tampere, Finland.

Haughton, N., & Keil, V. (2014). Beyond accountability and accreditation compliance: Taking full advantage of assessment data. Accepted for presentationat the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 2014, Philadelphia, PA. Not presented.

Glassman, T., Blavos, A., Haughton, N., Wohlwend, J, Roberts, S., Jordan, T., & Yingling, F. (2012). Using health communication strategies to reduce high-risk drinking and alcohol related consequences.Presentation at the Drug Free Action Alliance, 2012, Columbus, OH.

Haughton, N., & Paprzycki, P. (2012). Validation Studies to Support Continuous Improvement Initiatives. A Rasch analysis. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 2012, Vancouver, British Columbia Canada.

Haughton, N. (2012).Preliminary exploration of the multidimensionality and gender invariance of the academic and social engagement scale. Paper submitted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 2012, Vancouver, British Columbia Canada.

Haughton, N., & Keil, V. (2012). Integrating video-based assessments in field experiences. Ten considerations based on 10 years of experience. Presented at the bi-annual meeting of the Ohio Confederation of Teacher Education Organizations, Dublin, Ohio, March 2012.

Haughton, N., & Paprzycki, P. (2012). Validation studies to support continuous improvement Initiatives. Presented at the bi-annual meeting of the Ohio Confederation of Teacher Education Organizations, Dublin, Ohio, March 2012.

Haughton, N., & Keil, V. (2012). Consequences of Implementing Mobile Devices for Clinical Observations: The Supervisor’s Perspective. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference, Austin, TX, March 2012.

Glassman, T., Yingling, F., Blavos, A., Haughton, N., Jordan, T., Roberts, S., & Wohlwend, J. (2012). Using health communication principles to reduce high-risk drinking among college students. Presented at the sixth annual NASPA Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention and Intervention Conference, January 2012, Atlanta, GA.

Wohlwend, J., Glassman, T., Jordan, T., Roberts, S., Haughton, N., Yingling, F., & Blavos, A. (2011). Using central intercept interviewing to assess health messages designed to reduce high risk drinking among college students. Presented at the Health Educator's Institute, Ohio Society for Public Health Education, Mohican State Park Lodge and Convention Center, 2011, Perrysville, Ohio.

Haughton, N., & Keil, V. (2011). Who’s on first? Accreditation or Technology-Supported Assessment Systems. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference, March 2011, Nashville, TN. This entry is also referenced in the proceedings.

Haughton, N., & Romero, L. (2011). Teaching online courses “part-time”? So, how do you spend your time and how much is your time worth? Paper accepted for presentation at the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications June 2011, Lisbon Portugal.Not presented.

Haughton, N., & Keil, V. (2010). An assessment system that works: The role of system’s thinking in design, development, and implementation. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, February, 2010, Atlanta, GA.

Keil, V., & Haughton, N. (2010).  Assessment of student teachers Using mobile technology to improve documentation and communication. Presented at the annual meeting of the American

 

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  Courses
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RESM 4100: Educational Statistics

RESM 4300: Classroom Assessment

RESM 5310 / 7310: Educational Research

RESM 6330 / 7330: Qualitative Research 1: Introduction and Methods

RESM 6150 / 8150: Structural Equation Modeling

RESM 6350 / 8350: Methods of Survey Research

RESM 6360 / 8360: Program Evaluation

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Last Updated: 3/23/15