Michelle Bauml, Ph.D.
Program Area: Early Childhood/Social Studies
(817) 257-6117 | firstname.lastname@example.orgTexas Christian University
TCU Box 297900
Fort Worth, TX 76129
Michelle Bauml is an associate professor of early childhood/social studies education in the College of Education at Texas Christian University. She teaches undergraduate courses for the EC-6 program and graduate courses in Curriculum and Instruction. Her most recent project involves examining early childhood preservice teachers’ thinking about social studies inquiry. In August 2016, Bauml directed the first annual TCU iEngage Summer Civics Institute, a 5-day civics camp designed to teach middle schoolers about civic engagement through inquiry.
Ph.D., Curriculum & Instruction
The University of Texas at Austin
M.Ed., Educational Administration
University of St. Thomas-Houston
B.S., Interdisciplinary Studies
Texas A&M University-College Station
- Early Childhood Education
- Social Studies Education
- Early childhood/elementary teacher education
- Teacher knowledge and beliefs
- Teacher decision-making
- Elementary social studies education
- Urban teacher education
Bauml, M. (2016). One size never fits all: Teachers’ responses to standardized curriculum materials and implications for early childhood teacher educators. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 37(1), 76-95.
Bauml, M., Castro, A. J., Field, S. L., & Morowski, D. L. (2016). Learning from preservice teachers’ thoughts about teaching in urban schools: Implications for teacher educators. Education and Urban Society, 48(1), 4-29.
Bauml, M. (2016). Is it cute or does it count? Learning to teach for meaningful social studies in elementary grades. Journal of Social Studies Research, 40 (1), 55-69.
Bauml, M.(2014). Collaborative Lesson Planning as Professional Development for Beginning Primary Teachers. The New Educator, 10(3), 182-200.
Bauml, M., & Mongan, K. (2014). Getting to Know You: Sharing Time as Culturally Relevant Teaching. Dimensions of Early Childhood, 42(2), 4-11.