Ed.D. Doctoral Candidate, Educational Leadership, University of Delaware
Areas of Focus:
Intercultural Sensitivity, Multi-cultural Education, Critical Issues of Diversity, Urban Education, Teacher Education, Culturally Relevant Pedagogy, Constructivism
Chanelle Wilson-Poe graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors from Rowan University with a B.A. in Education, and a B.A. in English; she immediately furthered her education with a master’s in Urban Education, from Temple University, while completing a William J. Fulbright English Teaching Fellowship. Chanelle is currently a doctoral candidate for an Ed.D. in Education Leadership, at the University of Delaware. A highly enthusiastic individual with diverse, hands-on teaching experiences – Chanelle has taught students from middle school all the way up to college, in the United States, and around the world. She enjoys facilitating knowledge in a way that encourages personal connections, promotes critical thinking, highlights contemporary relevance, and necessitates social justice. Chanelle has a passion for using research to improve the educational experiences of marginalized groups, and her life's goal is to rethink, reimagine, and revolutionize education to meet the needs of all children.