Debbie Deibert

Assistant Professor Child Development - School of Child Development & Education

Contact Information

(918) 595-8108
West Campus L 204

Courses Taught

  • CDA: Competencies 1 and 4, CHLD 1102
  • CDA: Competency 2, CHLD 1302
  • Child Development in the Lifespan, CHLD 2003
  • Child Development and Parenting, CHLD 2023
  • Elementary Early Field Experience, CHLD 2042
  • Child Guidance, CHLD 2103
  • Child and Family in the Community, CHLD 2203
  • Child Care Management 1, CHLD 2113
  • Professionalism & Leadership in Early Care & Education, CHLD 2413

Education

  • Early Childhood Education - M.S. December 1997
  • Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia
  • Elementary Education - B.S. December 1986
  • Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK                    

Publications & Presentations

Museum Babies and Seeding Symphony. Accepted for presentation at Southern Early Childhood Association Annual Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma, February 2016

Seedling Strings: Planting the seeds of learning, using complex string and symphony music in the early learning environment. Accepted for presentation at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Annual Conference and Expo, Orlando Florida. November 2015

Museum Babies and Seedling Symphony: Academic Service-Learning in the Arena of Art and Culture Accepted for Presentation at 2015 Heartland Campus Compact Conference, Kansas City Missouri, October 2015

Seedling Strings: Music in the Early Childhood Classroom. Presented at the International Infant Toddler Conference, Tulsa OK, April 2015

Stress in the Child Care Profession. Professional Development for Bridging the Gap Scholars, January 2011

Advocacy in Early Childhood. Professional Development for Bridging the Gap Scholars, June 2010

Native American Culture in the Early Childhood Curriculum. Presented at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Annual Conference and Expo, Washington D.C. November 2009.

Advocacy in Early Childhood. Presented at the Early Childhood Association of Oklahoma’s Fall Conference, August 2009

Humor in the Early Childhood Classroom. Presented at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Professional Development Institute. Charlotte, North Carolina, June 2009.

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

  • Tulsa Early Childhood Association
  • National Association for the Education of Young Children
  • Early Childhood Association of Oklahoma
  • Southern Early Childhood Association
  • Educare Board Member 2011- present
  • Educare Policy Council 2013- present
  • Sprouts Child Development Initiative Board Member 2016
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