Veronica Ent Ed.D.
Ed.D., University of Pittsburgh
M.Ed., Ohio University
M.A., Ohio University
B.A., University of Findlay
GCED 615 Curriculum Systems Design
GCED 625 Instructional Technology
GCED 635 Instructional Methodology
GCED 670 Visual Thinking and Learning
GCIT 684 Advanced Instructional Design for Online Learning
Undergraduate Coursework in Instructional Strategies
About Veronica Ent Ed.D.
Dr. Veronica Ent is an Associate Professor of Education and Chair of the Education Department at Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, PA. Her main research areas are the advances of instructional technology and visual media for instruction, blended learning and teaching, innovative instructional methodologies, and the history of American curriculum. In her research, Veronica Ent has proposed models for teacher preparation in the training of online technologies, strategies for synchronous online learning, and approaches for visual learning. She received her Ed. D. in Instructional Design and Technology from the University of Pittsburgh, PA. She serves as the chairperson of the Education Department and teaches courses in instructional technology, curriculum design, online instruction, and visual thinking and learning. Among many memberships to professional organizations, Veronica Ent currently serves as the president of the Country School Association of America, a national organization focused on preserving and promoting our educational heritage.Dr. Veronica Ent had taught as an elementary teacher for two years in Athens, Ohio and then later was employed as a high school librarian and media specialist for eight years at Greensburg Salem High School, Greensburg, PA, prior to entering her career in higher education.
- Elementary Education K-6: Concentration in Social Studies
- Instructional Technology Specialist K-12
- Library Science K-12