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Elisha Teague

Lead Faculty & AD Learning Resources

elisha.teague@franklin.edu

Profile

Elisha Teague has over a decade of higher education experience in the area of student academic support.  She currently serves as the Assistant Director, Learning Resources at Franklin University’s Learning Commons, where her goal is to empower students to become independent learners. In her role, she is responsible for the planning and implementation of Franklin’s academic support programs (Tutoring, Online Writing Review, Structured Learning Assistance and Workshops). For the past seven years, she has focused her attention on providing equitable support to both online and campus based learners. 

 

In addition to working in the Learning Commons, Elisha also serves as Lead Faculty for the Professional Foundations course.  She is a passionate educator, who believes academic success starts with developing an academic toolbox, which includes strategies to improve time management, procrastination, metacognition, mindset, goal setting, and study/reading skills. 

 

Elisha’s holds a MA in Education with a focus on Reading, Literacy, and Literature and BA in Theatre from The Ohio State University. 

 

Education

2006
The Ohio State University (Columbus, Ohio)
Master of Arts, Teaching & Learning
2002
The Oho State University (Columbus, Ohio)
Bachelor of Arts, Theatre

Work Experience

2016 - Present
Franklin University, Assistant Director, Learning Resources & Lead Faculty, Professional Foundations
2014 - 2016
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty
2012 - 2016
Franklin University, Learning Resources and Lab Coordinator

Professional Service

2010
Committee Member
the Campus Leadership Committee
(Columbus, Ohio) End Date: 2012
2010
Program Coordinator
University of Phoenix- Mid-Ohio Foodbank Campaign Coordinator
(Columbus, Ohio) End Date: 2012