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Barbara Limbach


Contact Information

Phone: 308-432-6350
Office: Burkhiser 140
E-mail: blimbach@csc.edu


Ph.D. Applied Science and Technology, University of Wyoming
Specialist in Education Administration, Chadron State College
M.S. Business Education, Chadron State College
B.S. Business & Economic Education, Chadron State College

Teaching Areas

Business Communications
Professional Ethics
Business Law
Managerial Progressional Development

Campus Involvement

Delta Mu Delta Business Administration Honorary, Co-Advisor
Essential Studies Assessment

Professional Activities and Awards

National Education Association Thought and Action Journal Review Panel
Textbook Reviewer for Bridgepoint Education, Pearson Publishing, Radical Pedagogy, South-Western, Cengage Learning, Flat World Knowledge, Sage Publications, Prentice Hall Publishing, Thomson-Wadsworth Publishing, Houghton Mifflin, McGraw-Hill/Irwin Publishing
Academic Exchange Quarterly Feature Editor
Certified Trainer - Corporate Education Center
Nebraska State College System Teacher Excellence Award
Phi Delta Kappa Service Award

Research Interests and Published Works

Learner-Centered Environments, High-Impact Practices, Critical Thinking, Gender Issues, Professional Development, Interpersonal Skills, Service Learning

Limbach, B. and Waugh, W. (2015). Cut to the Chase, Five Steps to Critical Thinking. Scholarly Teacher Blog: http://scholarlyteacher.com

Limbach, B. and Waugh, W. (2014). Process for the Development of Higher Level Thinking Skills in a Learner-Centered Environment. Teaching and Learning Center CSCBlog, http://academic.csc.edu/tlc/blog/?p=341

Limbach, B. and Waugh, W. (2014). Implementing a High-Impact, Critical Thinking Process in a Learner-Centered Environment. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, Vol. 14(1), p. 95-99.

Limbach, B. & Waugh, W. (2010). Developing Higher Level Thinking. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies Journal. Published by the Academic & Business Research Institute, Vol. 3

Limbach, B. & Waugh, W. (2010, Fall). Critical Thinking in General and Liberal Studies: From Objective to Assessment. Association for General and Liberal Studies News, Vol. 27, No. 1

Limbach, B., Duron, R., & Waugh, W. (2008). Become a Better Teacher: Five Steps Toward Critical Thinking. Research in Higher Education Journal. Published by the Academic and Business Research Institute, Vol. 1

Duron, R., Limbach, B., and Waugh, W. (2006). Critical Thinking Framework for Any Discipline. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Vol. 17, No. 1

Limbach, B. and Waugh, W. (2005). Challenging the Lecture Format: Using Questioning Techniques to Teach Critical Thinking. National Education Association Higher Education Thought & Action Journal. Vol. 21, p. 47-56

Limbach, B. (2003, Winter). Successful Service Learning: The Inside Track. Academic Exchange Quarterly. Vol. 7, Issue 4, p. 282-285

Limbach, B. (2002, October). Should Older Faculty Members be Given Mandatory Computer Training? National Education Association Advocate, Vol. 20, No. 1

Limbach, B. (1997, May). The Importance of Male-Dominate Characteristics in Female Managers. Regional Business Review, Vol. 16

Limbach, B. (1997, Spring). Must Females Adopt Male-Dominate Characteristics To Be Successful Managers? Arizona Business Education, Vol. 15, No. 1

Limbach, B. (1994). Must Females Adopt Male-Dominate Characteristics To Be Successful Managers? (Doctoral dissertation, University of Wyoming, 1994). Dissertation Abstracts International

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