Dr. Jeanette Landin teaches many different business classes, including Introduction to Business, Accounting I & II, and Business Management. She is a Certified Advanced Facilitator for University of Phoenix and teaches online courses in Essay Composition and Learning Skills in a Digital Age. Her research interests are diverse, including topics like classroom inclusion, student success, and business leadership.
Ed.D., Educational Leadership, University of Phoenix
Graduate Certificate in Accounting, University of Phoenix
M.B.A., University of Phoenix
B.A., Social Ecology, University of California, Irvine
Building a Positive Classroom Environment for Adult Learners (2012). Western News Exchange, 10(2), 19-20.
Inclusiveness: Hearing Every Voice (2010). Educate: The Journal of Doctoral Research in Education, 10(2), 2-8.
“Creating a Culture of Student Success,” presented at The Pacific Institute’s 7th Annual Best Practices and Good Ideas Conference (Nashville, 2010)
Emotional Intelligence in Business Settings
Neurological Implications of Autism Spectrum Disorders, LD, and ADHD on Self-Efficacy
Inclusion for At-Risk Adult Students
Teacher Responsibility for Student Learning in Adults
Payroll Accounting (textbook in production, anticipated publication fall 2014 with McGraw-Hill)
Anxiety Impediments to Learning
Program Development and Evaluation
Curriculum and Instruction Design
Accounting Ethics in an E-Business Culture
Business Leadership in an Age of Millennial Workers