Instructor: Cathy Bogart

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Cathy Bogart earned a Ph.D. in experimental psychology at the University of Kansas. She has been a college teacher for over 20 years. At Avila University, by faculty vote, she served on the task force to create a new core curriculum, in which she helped develop learning outcomes. As part of this endeavor, she did a presentation to the faculty on "Types of Thinking."

She is an avid reader - both fiction and non-fiction. She runs and boxes. She also walks and train dogs as a volunteer at an animal shelter. At the shelter, she is also a member of the Confidence College for dogs - it is a program to work with excessively shy and fearful dogs, so that they may become adopted.


Classes by this instructor


T&L 2900: VIR: Strategies for Managing Classroom Environment

In this course, you'll learn a variety of behavior management philosophies and the best strategies for effectively improving behavior in the classroom with a positive approach. This course will not only demonstrate practical tools of difficult behavior but will instruct on the `whys' and showcase the influence of physical and digital space on our learners.


October 1, 2017 to October 1, 2023