Michelle DeJohnette, M.A.

Michelle DeJohnette, M.A.
  • Lecturer
  • Child and Family Development


Professional Biography

Michelle DeJohnette is currently a Ph.D. student in the Joint Doctoral Program in Education at San Diego State University (SDSU) and Claremont Graduate University (CGU). Her research interests include Critical Theory, culturally responsible pedagogy, and issues of equity and diversity in early childhood education. Her current research focuses on behavior guidance policies and teachers’ discipline beliefs in pre-K programs. During the time Michelle has been pursuing her education, she has also devoted her life to children and families by owning and operating a family childcare home for 21 years.

  • CFD 560 Theories in Socio-Emotional Development
  • CFD 335
  • Ph.D. Education (Expected May 2020), San Diego State University
  • M.A. Human Development with a specialization in Early Childhood Education and
    Development, Pacific Oaks College
  • B.S. Child Development (with Distinction), San Diego State University

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