Leah Teeters Photo

School of Education, Room 313
University of Colorado Boulder
249 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309

2016-2017       Research Fellow. Competency-based Approaches to Community Heath and Learning. Funded by Vanderbilt University Department of Pediatrics.

2015-2016       Research Fellow. Community Engaged Methodologies for Technology Based Learning. Funded by CU Engage and that School of Education at the University of Colorado, Boulder. $24,000

2014-2015      Co- Principal Investigator A technological infrastructure to support a university-school partnership, Funded by Women Investing in the School of Education at the University of Colorado, Boulder. $4,922.50.

2014-2015       Co-Principal Investigator (with Revi Sterling and Susan Jurow) Developing local expertise through collaborative technology design. Funded by the Office of Outreach and Engagement at the University of Colorado, Boulder. $24,000.

2014-2015       Co-Principal Investigator (with Susan Jurow and Revi Sterling) ICT Jardín: a participatory community development program to ensure food security. Funded by the ATLAS Institute at the University of Colorado, Boulder. $3,030.30.

                     2010                Outstanding Educator of the Year, 2010

                     2006-present   Phi Beta Kappa; National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Dr. Teeters’ employs community engaged and mixed methods research approaches to study community-based learning processes. Her work is oriented around developing equitable, humanizing, and expansive communities via public education and public health. 

Higher Education Teaching

2017-present           Instructor, School of Education, University of Colorado Boulder  

  • Educational Psychology and Adolescent Development; Learning with Technology

2015- present          Instructor, School of Education and Human Development, University of Colorado, Denver

  • Master’s level course: Advanced Child Growth and Development
  • Master’s level course: Cognition and Instruction
  • Master’s level course: Designing Learning Environment’s for Learning and Development

2016- 2017             Instructor, Department of Teaching and Learning, Peabody College of Education, Vanderbilt University

  • Master’s level course: Designing Learning Environments

K-12 Teaching Experience

2010 –2016             English Language Development Director, Stone Creek Charter School Eagle, Colorado

2010 –2015             Literacy and Learning Consultant, Eagle County, Colorado

2010- 2012              Master Teacher, The New America School, Gypsum, CO

2009- 2012              English Language Acquisition Director, The New America School, Gypsum, CO

2007- 2012              English Language Teacher, The New America School, Gypsum, CO

2006- 2007              History Teacher, JFK American School of Querétaro, Querétaro, QTR, Mexico

Advisory Board                        Translational and Clinical Research, Vanderbilt University

Advisory Committee                Community Based Fellows

Board Member                         Academy 360

Board Member                        The Red Ribbon Project, Eagle County

Youth Agency Coordinator      Snowboard Outreach Society, Eagle County

English instructor                    Intercambio de Comunidades, Boulder County

Editor                                      The Colorado Historian, Boulder County