Leah Wasburn-Moses

Leah Wasburn-MosesProfessor

McGuffey 200E
513-529-0409
wasburlh@MiamiOH.edu

Degrees:
Ph.D., Michigan State University
M.S.Ed., Purdue university
B.A., Purdue University

Curriculum Vitae

Campus Mentors Program


In the News

How Mindfulness Technology May Change School Discipline

Many schools still rely on detentions, suspensions, and even expulsion to address student discipline. However, research shows that these traditional punishment-based approaches often create more problems than they solve.

So what if there was a better way?

On this episode, learn how mindfulness may offer a promising alternative to support positive student behavior, and how new technology is making mindfulness meditation easier than ever.

 

Inverting Tradition to Achieve Success: How Youth At Promise and Future Teachers Can Thrive Together

In a typical building, situated on the southeastern edge of Miami University, and near the local public high school, a remarkable and award-winning campus-community partnership is well underway. Here, Mr. Meade, a career-based intervention teacher, bounces between tables, answering questions and orchestrating the flow of tutors who work closely with the youths who need additional support.

Inverting Tradition to Achieve Success

 

Miami professor says fidget toys becoming more common in K-12 classrooms

Fidget toys, such as spinners and cubes, have become a common sight in classrooms this spring.

Leah Wasburn-Moses, a professor of educational psychology, recently bought one to show her students, who are future special education teachers.

Miami Professor says fidget toys becoming more common in K-12 classrooms