Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
School of Higher Education, Leadership, and Policy
Dr. Donna Gee’s formal training is in instructional technology. Dr. Gee taught in the public schools for nine years then moved in to higher education positions in Curriculum and Instruction and Teacher Education departments as faculty and chair of one of those departments. At Walden University, she teaches the doctoral capstone course. Dr. Gee has served on numerous doctoral student dissertation committees.
Dr. Gee’s current research interests focus on teacher professional development, educational technology, and mathematics education. She has presented at numerous conferences including the American Educational Research Association. Dr. Gee has received over 20 grants totaling over one million in funding. She has also published several peer reviewed articles as well as 2 book chapters.
EdD, Texas Tech
Varbelow, S., Gee, D. B. (2017). The curriculum in praxis: How purpose of school is actualized in Vietnam, Mexico, and the United States.
Gee, D. B., Lesley, M., Matthews, M. (2013). Situated identities, competing cultural models: Discourse analysis of policymakers' views on teaching. Journal of Educational Research and Practice.
Gee, D. B., Yarema, C. (2016). A Framework for Developing Preservice Secondary Mathematics Teachers Knowledge of Content and Students in the Technology Age.