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College of Education

Noelle A. Paufler

Assistant Professor - P-12

Office: 328 Gantt Circle
Phone: 864-656-4777
Email: NPAUFLE@clemson.edu
Vita: Click Here

Educational Background

Ph.D. Educational Policy and Evaluation
Arizona State University 2014

M.S.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction
Concordia University - Wisconsin 2008

B.A. History and Political Science
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee 2004

Profile

Dr. Noelle A. Paufler is an Assistant Professor - P-12 and the Program Coordinator for the EdD in Education Systems Improvement Science at Clemson University. She has experience as a high school social studies teacher, district administrator, and applied researcher in high-need districts and schools. Her research interests include K-12 educational policy, specifically how educational leaders enact policy into practice and its impact on teachers and students. She is actively involved in the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED) as the delegate for Clemson University and currently serves as the Program Chair for the American Educational Research Association Supervision and Instructional Leadership Special Interest Group.

Courses Taught

EDF 9270/9271: Quantitative Research Designs and Statistics for Educational Contexts with Laboratory
EDIS 9100: Models for Whole School Reform
EDIS 9360: Advanced Program Evaluation
EDL 9800: Current Issues in Educational Leadership: Practical Systems Improvement Science Investigations I
EDL 9880: Directed Research
EDL/EDIS 9910: Doctoral Dissertation

Research Interests

Theory, implementation, and impact of educational policy in practice and implications for educational leaders
Enactment and (un)intended consequences of accountability policy in K-20 settings
Teacher evaluation system development and design
Doctoral leadership preparation
Systems improvement

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