Stacie Pettit

Assistant Professor

Stacie Pettit

Assistant Professor

Academic Appointment(s)

College of Education
Department of Teaching and Leading

The Graduate School
Department of Graduate Studies


Stacie K. Pettit is an Assistant Professor of Teacher Education at Augusta University. She received her PhD in Middle School Education from the University of Georgia. Dr. Pettit’s certifications include middle school mathematics, Language Arts, K-12 gifted and English to Speakers of Other Languages. Her research interests include teaching English Language Learners in mainstream classrooms, particularly middle school mathematics classrooms, and using social media in education.

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  • UH 367


  • Ph.D., Edu, General University of Georgia, 2008

  • MED, Math Teacher Edu Augusta State University, 2004

  • BS, Math, Other University of Georgia, 2000


  • Georgia Teaching Certificate Professional Standards Commission, 2014

Awards & Honors

  • Jag20 Emerging Alumni Leader 2016 Augusta University Alumni, 2016

  • Teacher of the Year University of Mississippi , 2012

  • Nominated for the Student Disabilities Service Access Award 2011

Courses Taught Most Recent Academic Year

  • MGED 3200

    Active Learning in MG Class
  • INQR 1000

    Fund. of Academic Inquiry
  • MGED 4210

    Mid. Grades Student Teaching
  • MGED 3300

    Middle Level Prog & Schools
  • EDTD 5910

    Student Teaching
  • EDTD 5412

    Theory into Practice in MG
  • CURS 2990

    Undergrad Research I
  • CURS 4990

    Undergrad Research III
  • MGED 3100

    The Nat & Needs of MG Learner
  • EDTD 5411

    Under. & Teach. Early Adol
  • EDTD 5225

    Read & Write Across Curriculum

Teaching Interests

Middle School Theory and Practice Language Arts Methods Mathematics Methods Multicultural Education


Selected Recent Publications

  • Social Media Use in Higher Education: Do Members of the Academy Recognize Any Advantages? , 2018
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • Young Citizens of the World Unite: A Case for the Model United Nations in Middle School Classrooms, 2017
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • WTF (What the Flip?): Results of a Flipped-Hybrid Classroom Model on Student Success, 2016
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • ELA common core state standards: Imbedding interdisciplinary instruction and constructivist principles across the early childhood curriculum, emphasizing English language learning, 2015
  • How Many Do You Have?” Disney English (as a) Language (of) Acquisition, 2015

Research Interests

English Language Learners Social Media Disney English Junior Model United Nations

Department Service

  • Search Committee 2017 - Present

    Role: Committee Member
  • Middle Grades Program Coordinator 2016 - Present

    Role: Other
  • Search Committee for Tenure Track Professor or Literacy 2016 - 2016

    Role: Committee Member
  • MEd Course Developer 2016 - 2016

    Role: Committee Chair

College Service

  • COE Rights and Responsibilities 2014 - Present

    Role: Committee Member

University Service

  • Community Services Committee 2015 - Present

    Role: Committee Member
  • Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship 2014 - Present

    Role: Committee Member
  • Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship 2017 - 2017

    Role: Grant Proposal Reviewer, Internal

Professional Service

  • River Ridge Elementary School Council 2016 - Present

    Role: Member
  • Kappa Delta Epsilon Education Honor Society 2014 - Present

  • Language and Education 2014 - Present

  • Improving Teacher Quality Grants 2016 - 2016

    Role: Reviewer, Grant Proposal
  • Volunteer Reader - 2015