Jeannette Ginther

Senior Lecturer, Teacher Education and Administration
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Dr. Jeannette Ginther is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Teacher Education and Administration. She earned her doctorate in Educational Leadership from Dallas Baptist University in 2017, her masters in Literacy Education from the State University of New York at Cortland in 2002, and her bachelors in Elementary Education from the State University of New York at Geneseo in 1999. Dr. Ginther happily began her career as a middle school English Language Arts and Social Studies teacher in New York.  After a decade of classroom teaching in both New York and Texas, she served as a reading instructional specialist, student achievement specialist, professional learning coordinator, educational consultant, field supervisor for student teachers, and an adjunct instructor before joining the faculty at UNT in 2017. In addition to teaching at UNT, Dr. Ginther thoroughly enjoys presenting at local, state, and national education conferences. She has a passion for creating authentic and unconventional learning experiences, and for researching innovative ways to motivate, engage, empower, and inspire children of the 21st century.