Angela earned her PhD in curriculum and teaching, with an emphasis in science education, in 2012 from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She earned her MEd in curriculum and instruction in 2007, also from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and her BS in biology, secondary education in 2003 from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. Angela is licensed in North Carolina at the master’s level in 9-12 science, and at the bachelor’s level in 9-12 biology with a chemistry endorsement. She taught high school science – biology, physical science, and Advanced Placement environmental science – for four years in Greensboro, North Carolina. Angela’s research interests focus on the preparation and induction of science teachers.
Carlone, H., Haun-Frank, J., & Webb, A.W. (2011). Assessing equity beyond knowledge- and skills-based outcomes: A comparative ethnography of two fourth-grade reform-based science classrooms. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 48(5), 459-485.
Journell, W., & Webb, A.W. (in press). When one size methods class doesn’t fit all: Exploring strategies for teaching traditional and alternative licensure students together. Teacher Education and Practice.
Webb, A.W., & Matthews, C.E. (2011, July). “You never really know what it’s like until you are there”: A longitudinal look at our first group of Noyce scholars. Poster presentation at the 6th Annual Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference, Washington, DC.
Webb, A.W., Carlone, H., & Taylor, M.O. (2011, April). Troubling monolithic views of privilege: Longitudinal case studies of four scientifically talented boys. Presentation at the 2011 AERA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Webb, A.W. (2011, April). Qualitative indicators of successful induction: Case studies of three beginning secondary science teachers’ induction experiences. Poster presentation at the 84th NARST Annual International Conference, Orlando, FL.
Walsh, J. & Webb, A. (2010, July). UNCG’s Project Excellence in Science Education Learning (ProjectExSEL). Poster presentation at the 5th Annual Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Conference, Washington, DC.