Assistant Professor of Education
Lori Jaeger is an assistant professor in the School of Education, serving in the credentialing program. Prior to joining the Concordia faculty, Lori spent thirty years teaching in elementary school classrooms. Lori has experiences with planning and assessment, implementing innovative teaching methods and developing curriculum. Lori is committed to the teaching profession and cultivating lifelong learners.
In 1986, Lori began her teaching career in an urban setting, serving at First Lutheran, Long Beach as a second grade teacher, athletic director and coach. Lori was called to Bethany Lutheran, Long Beach in 1989, where she taught third grade, researched assessment and mentored new teachers. In 2000, Lori accepted a new call to St. John’s, Orange and taught fourth grade for sixteen years. Lori served as department chair for the intermediate grade levels, where her responsibilities included curriculum mapping, assessment of student learning and continuous curriculum reviews. In addition, Lori has trained student teachers, served as an adjunct professor and assessed documents in the credential program.
- M.A., Curriculum and Instruction, Concordia University, Irvine, CA
- B.A., Education, Concordia College, River Forest, IL
Areas of Expertise:
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Planning and Assessment
- Instructional Strategies
- Curriculum Mapping
- Classroom Management