Marie Heath


Marie Heath

Contact Information

Hawkins Hall, Room 413M


M.A.T., Secondary Education Social Studies, Towson University, 2002

B.A. History, Towson University, 2000

Areas of Expertise

Secondary Education, Social Studies Education


Heath, M. K, (2017). The Cognitive Apprenticeship Model and backchanneling technology to support reflection in early clinical experiences: A new practice for field-based courses in the Professional Development Schools. School-University Partnerships: The Journal of the National Association of Professional Development Schools, 10(3), 16-29. 

Heath, M. K, (2017). Teacher-initiated one-to-one technology initiatives: How teacher self-efficacy and beliefs help overcome barrier thresholds to implementation. Computers in the Schools, 34(1-2), 88-106.

Heath, M.K. (2017, March 9). 2017 School-University Partnerships Themed Issues.  Invited speaker presentation at the National Association of Professional Development Schools (NAPDS), Washington, DC.

Heath, M.K. (2017, March 7). Teaching with one-to-one mobile technology: Using phenomenology to create a rich portrait of teacher experience and beliefs. Presented at the 28th international conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), Austin, TX.

Heath, M.K. (2016, December 1). Technology plus trust: One-to-one technology, teacher empowerment, and fostering student agency in social studies Presented at the annual conference to the College and University Faculty Assembly at the National Council for the Social Studies (CUFA and NCSS), Washington, DC.

Heath, M.K. (2017, April 30). Technology integration, beliefs, and pedagogical practices in middle school social studies: A phenomenological case study.  Presentation to Division K - Teaching and Teacher Education/Division K - Section 1: Teaching and Teacher Education in the Content Areas at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association (AERA), San Antonio, TX.

Heath, M.K. (2017, March 10). Field-based courses in the PDS: How technology and backchanneling support authentic learning and clinical experience. Presentation to the National Association of Professional Development Schools (NAPDS), Washington, DC.