Dr. Marietta Daulton is a Professor of Education. She teaches graduate courses at the North Canton and Canfield campuses, and advises students in the Graduate Education program. Dr. Daulton earned her M.S. and Ed.D. from the University of Kentucky. Her B.S. is from Morehead State University. Dr. Daulton has over 20 years of higher education teaching and administrative experience. She has also served as a teacher in public and private schools and as a program director for a non-profit organization. Dr. Daulton joined the Walsh faculty in 2004.
Dr. Daulton teaches EDF 701--Teaching Skills Practicum, EDT605 School and Community Relations, and EDF 620 Teaching and Learning. She has taught other graduate and undergraduate education courses in curriculum, community relations, and assessment. Currently, she is working with the graduate education faculty in developing new programs/licensure in Educational Leadership. During Summer 2010 she taught graduate education courses in at the Walsh campus at Kisubi Brothers University College, Uganda. Dr. Daulton has developed her courses into Hybrid courses using Sakai as an on-line delivery system.
Dr. Daulton's long term research interests have focused on the use of computer technology and teaching. She has presented at various regional, national, and international conferences. Her most recent presentation, A hybrid graduate education experience-Sakai Phase II, was at SITE, March 2010. She is a member of various professional associations including the Association for Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE), the Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education (SITE), and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).
Dr. Daulton serves on the Division of Education's Graduate Education Working Group, the Graduate Standing Committee, and the Investment subcommittee of the Walsh University Board of Directors. She has also served on the Graduate Council and Graduate Culture Committees, Planning, Assessment and Review Committee (PARC), Walsh Speaker's Bureau, and Chairperson of the Walsh Faculty Affairs Committee.