Nancy Keiser

Professor of Education Emerita



Interests include teaching about social justice and environmentally responsible citizenship, and working with students on their research projects.

Faculty advisor for the Alpha Delta Delta Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi International Education Honor Society.

Selected Scholarship

Keiser. N., Kincaid, M., and Servais, K. (2011).  Using a Collaborative Leadership Model in a Teacher Education Program.  American Journal of Educational Studies. 4 (1) 5-20. 

Kincaid, M. & Keiser, N.J. (2014). Using a Monitoring Process to Effectively Assist Struggling Pre-Service Teacher Candidates. Critical Questions in Education, 5(2), 93-111.http://education.missouristate.edu/AcadEd/179288.htm

Keiser, N.J. & Kincaid, M. (2014). Veteran Professors as Newbie Mentors: A Self-Study in Fostering Developmental Relationships. In Dominguez, N. & Gandert, Y. (Eds.). 7th Annual Mentoring Conference Proceedings: Developmental Networks: Mentoring and Coaching. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico.

Keiser, N. (2015). Preparing Preservice Candidates to Teach about Socially Responsible Citizenship: A Research Study on Teaching about Sustainability in Natural Settings with Technology. National Social Science Journal 44(2), 43-51.

Courses Taught

EDN 200: Teaching I Secondary/K-12

EDN 228: Teaching 1 Elementary (Social Studies Focus)

EDN 320 The Elementary Learning Environment

EDN 348: High School Social Studies Methods

ENV 120: People and Nature

IDS 125: Environmentally Responsible Citizenship