Jeanne Ecker received her bachelor's and master's degrees in elementary education from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ. She began her teaching career in Mesa, AZ., and then spent 10 years with the Department of Defense Dependents Schools in Hanau, Germany; Camp Zama, Japan; and Subic Bay, Philippines, before relocating to central Indiana to teach in Noblesville schools. Her elementary teaching experience includes primary classrooms, intermediate classrooms, remedial reading, and special education. She has completed additional coursework from a variety of universities and is licensed in the areas of elementary education, reading, social studies (K-8), and learning disabilities.
Currently, Jeanne teaches three courses in the School of Education: Teaching Integrated I: Curriculum and Instruction for Early Childhood, Differentiation Across the Curriculum, and Teaching Integrated II: Social Studies and Language Arts in the Elementary Classroom. She resides in Cicero with her husband, Keith, and their daughter, Kerrie, who is a college sophomore majoring in elementary education and TESL. Jeannie enjoys travel, reading (especially children's books), working on her church outreach/nurture team, and spending time with friends and family.
Jeanne Ecker began working at Anderson University as an adjunct faculty member in 2002 and has been a full time faculty member since 2006.
Assistant Professor of Education
B.A., M.A., Northern Arizona University