Morgan Tubbesing Master of Education Instructor
M.Ed., Morningside College
B.A., Briar Cliff University
Morgan Tubbesing teaches online courses and oversees student teaching for special education endorsements for the graduate education department. Tubbesing previously served as a full-time faculty member with Northwestern's education department. Prior to that she was a special educator for schools in Des Moines and Perry, Iowa, and South Sioux City and Nebraska City, Nebraska. She also has experience as a Response to Intervention (RTI) coordinator, a scorer of student-teacher portfolios, and a special education strategist substitute for the Northwest AEA.
Tubbesing has served as a student teacher supervisor and content developer for graduate-level education courses. She's also given presentations on the Theory of Multiple Intelligence, the Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Academic Achievement III, and RTI student data analysis and team timeline. A Briar Cliff University graduate, she earned a Master of Arts degree in special education from Morningside College.
Tubbesing, M. (2015). Response To Intervention Team Timeline. Presented to Response to Intervention Leadership Team at Northside Elementary, Nebraska City, NE
Tubbesing, M. (2015) Response To Intervention Student Data Analysis. Presented quarterly to Response to Intervention Leadership Team at Northside Elementary, Nebraska City, NE
Sullivan, M. & Youngberg, M. (2011). Read Naturally. Presented at University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD
Chavis, D. Sullivan, M. (2010). Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Academic Achievement III. Presented at University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD
Sullivan, M. (2010). Howard Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligence. Presented at University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD.
Tubbesing, M. (2015). Student teacher handbook Unpublished Manuscript. Peru State College. Peru, NE
Tubbesing, M. (2013). Effects of utilizing incentives of reading fluency of elementary students a research report. Unpublished Manuscript. Morningside College, Sioux City, IA
Special Education Strategist Substitute, Northwest AEA, 2018-20
Adjunct Instructor, Western Iowa Tech Community College, 2015-20
Scorer, Early Childhood Education, Pearson edTPA, 2015-18
RTI Coordinator & Elementary Special Educator, Nebraska City School District, 2013-14
Elementary Special Educator, Lewis and Clark Elementary, South Sioux City, NE, 2013-14
Elementary Special Educator, Perry Elementary School, Perry, IA, 2012-13
Special Educator, McCombs Middle School, Des Moines, IA, 2011-12
Academic Achievement Scholarship
Sister Ruth Shock Endowment Scholarship
Sister Muriel Ford Circle of Mentors
Varsity Tennis Scholarship - Briar Cliff University