Jamie Schiff | Capital University, Columbus Ohio


  • Jamie Schiff, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor


    Ruff Learning Center


    • Classes

      EDUC 213 Early Literacy and Literature for Children
      EDUC 374 Content Area Reading
      EDUC 316 Reading and Language Arts: Integrated Learning Experiences 

    • Biography

      Dr. Schiff has spent seven years teaching in the pre-K-3 classroom with a focus on literacy education across the curriculum. She has recently transitioned to supporting pre-service teachers in developing as professionals by supporting them in the collage classroom and during their student teaching. Her research interests include co-planning with pre-service teachers, developmentally appropriate practices, and the Reggio Emilia Approach.

    • Degrees Earned

      Bachelor of Science in Education and Allied Professions
      University of Dayton

      Master of Education:
        Instructional Leadership and Organizational Design 
      Jacksonville University 

      Doctor of Philosophy:
        Rethinking Early Childhood and Elementary Education
      The Ohio State University

    • Publications

      Bredekamp, S. (2016). Effective practices in Early Childhood Education: Building a foundation, 3rd Ed. Pearson. Creator of supplemental Power Point slides.

      Flevares, L., M. and Schiff, J., R. (2014). An open book: What and how young children learn from picture and storybooks. Frontiers in Developmental Psychology, 20.

      Flevares, L., M. and Schiff, J., R. (2013). Engaging young learners in integration through mathematical modeling: Children asking big questions, finding answers and doing big thinking.