College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Elisabeth E. Weinbaum received her PhD in Developmental Psychology at the Ohio State University in August 1992. She also completed the ‘program core’ in the MR/DD Clinical Psychology Program at the Nisonger Center and participated in many assessment and intervention programs worldwide.
Dr. Weinbaum joined the Walden University faculty team in September 2005. She also serves as P/T faculty in other online Institutions. In the past, Dr. Weinbaum served as Assistant Professor in Department of Teacher Education and supervised Student Teachers. In addition, she taught in a number of Departments of Psychology and she served (*since 1999) as Dissertation Mentor, SCM/URM in traditional and online learning environments.
Professionally, Dr. Weinbaum has worked as a researcher in National and International cross-disciplinary research settings in a variety of areas including explorations of the intersection between development, learning and culture among immigrant populations and she has served as developmental / cross-cultural expert in many of those projects.
As senior consultant @ EVAL International (*Feuerstein Institute / authorized training center), she was engaged in the training of qualified educators, parents, and community members in dynamic assessment of learning potential of children and young adult, including dynamic evaluation of perception, sensory-motor skills, memory, attention, logical reasoning and problem solving, as well as speech and communication skills.
Dr. Weinbaum has a number of publications and presentations on a great variety of research projects, such as Nursing Education with Augmented Reality.