Aleidine Moeller

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Aleidine Moeller

Edith S. Greer Professor

1979 Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, German Language and Literature
1971 M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison, German
1969 B.A., Creighton University, German with Philosophy minor

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Areas of Expertise:

    Foreign Language Teacher Education
    Second Language Acquisition
    Distance Education
    Technology

Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
2001, Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students presented by UNL Teaching Council and the Parents Association2000, Anthony Papalia Award for Excellence in Teacher Education. American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Language and the New York State Foreign Language Association. Awarded at the Annual Meeting in Boston, MA in November 2000; A.C.E. Fellow. Americ2000, Honorary Innocent, The Innocents Society, The Chancellor’s Senior Honorary Society, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2000, Swanson Award for Teaching Excellence, Teachers College, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, $10,000 Teaching Award1999, German Educator of the Year Award, American Association of Teachers of German, Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas1999, “Teachers who inspire," University of Nebraska Mortar Board Award1999, Recognition Award for Contributions to Students presented by UNL Parents Association and UNL Teaching Council (5-year award)1998, "Teachers who inspire," University of Nebraska Mortar Board Award1998, Review panelist for N.E.H. Grant Applications, Education Development Grants in Foreign Languages1997, Named Edith S. Greer Professor of Education (Distinguished Professorship)1997, Academy of Distinguished Teachers, University of Nebraska-Lincoln1997, Recognition Award for Contributions to Students presented by UNL Parents Association and UNL Teaching Council1996, Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars, (Alpha Phi Chapter at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln)1996, Recognition Award for Contributions to Students presented by UNL Parents Association and UNL Teaching Council1995, College Award for Distinguished Teaching, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Teachers College1995, Evaluator for N.E.H. Planning Grant Proposals, Washington, DC1994, A+ Award for Excellence and Outstanding Contribution to Omaha Public Schools, Sharon Watts, Foreign Language Supervisor, Omaha Public Schools1994, Recognition Award for Contributions to Students presented by UNL Parents Association and UNL Teaching Council1994, Review panelist for Special Opportunity in Foreign Language Education Grant Applications1993, Recognition Award for Contributions to Students presented by UNL Parents Association and UNL Teaching Council1992, Curriculum Specialist, N.E.H. German Literature, Language, and Culture Institute, Westminster College, New Wilmington1990, Certificate of Merit for Outstanding Achievement in furthering the teaching of German in the schools of the United States, presented by the American Association of Teachers of German and the Goethe Institute1990, Business Week Award for Instructional Innovation, Business Week Magazine1990, Cooper Foundation Award for Excellence in Teaching, Cooper Foundation in Cooperation, Nebraska Department of Education1989, Christa McAuliffe Special Recognition Prize for Excellence in Education, University of Nebraska-Lincoln1988, Outstanding German Teacher of the Year, Nebraska Association of Teachers of German1988, Showcase Teacher of the Year, Phi Delta Kappa, University of Nebraska-Omaha College of Education1987, Cooper Foundation Award for Excellence in Teaching, Cooper Foundation in Cooperation, Nebraska Department of Education1984, Hilda Maehling Fellowship, Awarded by National Education Association for project integrating global education into all areas of school curriculum1983, Cooper Foundation Award for Excellence in Teaching, Cooper Foundation in Cooperation, Nebraska Department of Education1983, Nathan Hale Patriot Award for Outstanding Contribution to School and Community, Awarded by local Parent, Student, Teacher Club (PTSC)
Experience
2000-2001, E. (American Council on Education) fellow with Joan Leitzel, President of the University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire1999-2000, Professor and Vice-Chair, Center for Curriculum and Instruction, Teachers College, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska1998-present, Professor, Center for Curriculum and Instruction, Teachers College, University of Nebraska- Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska1998-1999, Visiting Professor, University of Florida-Gainesville, Gainesville, Florida1997, Named Edith S. Greer Distinguished Professor, Teachers College, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska1995-1998, Associate Professor, Foreign Language Education, Center for Curriculum and Instruction, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska1990-1995, Assistant Professor, Foreign Language Education, Center for Curriculum and Instruction, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NebraskaChair, Foreign Language Department, Central High School, Omaha Public Schools, Omaha, Nebraska1979-1989, Teacher, German, Omaha Public Schools, Omaha, NebraskaInstructor, Department of Modern Languages (German), University of Nebraska Lincoln. (Teaching Assistant Coordinator of second year German), Teacher of beginning and intermediate German, German Composition and Conversation, History of German Civilization,1980-1987, Part time instructor of German Literature, Dana College, Blair, Nebraska1980-1987, Part time instructor of German language, University of Nebraska-Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska 1980-1987, Part time instructor of Foreign Language Methods, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska1970-1980, Special Assignments in teaching German for the German-American Society, Omaha, Nebraska; Centennial College (an experimental college at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln); fourth semester in German Conversation and Culture in Munich, Germany,
Memberships
American Association of Teachers of German (AATG)American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (Institutional Representative)Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO)Central States on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (Advisory Board)Phi Delta KappaPhi Delta Gamma (Graduate Professional Fraternity)Nebraska Foreign Language Association (NFLA)Phi Beta Delta (Honor Society for International Scholars)