Biography

Dr. Elizabeth Richard teaches cooperative education certification classes and is responsible for the center's Continuing Technical and Professional Development and Support across all content areas in the College of Education at Temple University. Dr. Richard's interests are career and technical integration with academic components, CTE program administration, contextual and experiential learning, cooperative education, bachelor’s degree recruitment, program-to-program articulation, and student advising. She brings many years of industry, academic teaching, and CTE experience to this position.

Research Interests

  • Cooperative Learning
  • Professional Development
  • Teacher Education/Development

Courses Taught

Number

Name

Level

CTE 4285

Industry Education Capstone and Field Experience for Work-Based Learning

Undergraduate

CTE 4324

Industry-Based Coordination Methods for Work-Based Learning

Undergraduate

CTE 4331

Industry-Based Instructional Methods for Work-Based Learning

Undergraduate

CTE 8324

Coordination Methods for Work-Based Learning

Graduate

CTE 8331

Instructional Methods for Work-Based Learning

Graduate

CTE 9685

Internship in Career and Technical Education

Graduate

EDUC 5409

Research Methods and Induction Capstone

Graduate