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Carleigh Schoenleber

Carleigh Schoenleber, Ed.D.

Visiting Lecturer and Elementary Education Coordinator

On Faculty since 2021



carleigh.schoenleber@wheaton.edu

Concordia University Chicago
Ed.D., Teacher Leadership, 2018

Northern Illinois University
M.A. - Curriculum and Instruction, 2010

Wheaton College
B.A. Elementary Education, 2007

Dr. Carleigh Schoenleber comes to Wheaton after serving for ten years as a classroom teacher in several grades at the elementary level. She has taught in both public and private schools in Illinois, providing a wealth of experience to share with Wheaton students as they seek God’s call for their teaching careers. She began serving at Wheaton as a clinical placement supervisor for student teachers in the field and has continued to add more courses and responsibilities each year. A Wheaton alumnus of the Education program, she is committed to further mentoring and developing the next generation of educators to be agents of change in their future classrooms.

With a wide range of classroom experiences across different schools and grade levels, she is passionate about promoting positive and collaborative professional relationships across any context. She is well-versed in technology integration, not only from her own classroom experiences, but from her doctoral research on the positive impact of peer-coaching on technology integration in the classroom. She is committed to training educators to use technology to enhance their teaching using research-based best practices.

Dr. Schoenleber lives in Naperville, Illinois with her husband and two children. As a former Wheaton swimmer, she loves spending time in the water whenever possible, especially with her children. Besides education, she is passionate about working out, being outdoors with her family, and serving in her local church. She is grateful and humbled to give back to the Education program that prepared and fueled her to pursue teaching and now higher education.

  • Technology Integration
  • Peer-Coaching
  • Curriculum Development
  • Classroom Community
  • Professional Learning Communities
  • General Methods
  • Reading Methods
  • Senior Seminar
  • Elementary Coordination
  • Clinical Placement Supervision

"Teachers and Technology Integration: Using Peer-Coaching to Help Technology Reluctant Teachers"
International Teacher Community for Christian Education- May 2021

"Teachers and Technology Integration: Coaching the Technology Reluctant Teacher"
International Conference on Humanities, Social, and Education Sciences- April 2021

  • Socio-emotional Learning
  • Technology Integration
  • Peer-Coaching
  • Instructional Coaching
  • Curriculum Development
  • International Teacher Community for Christian Education