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Michael Haslip
Assistant Professor, Early Childhood Education

Michael Haslip, PhD

Education

PhD, Old Dominion University, Early Childhood Education
MS, Old Dominion University, Early Childhood Education

Program Affiliation

BS, Education
MS, Teaching Learning & Curriculum
  • Haslip, M.J, Gullo, D. (2017). The changing landscape of early childhood education: Implications for policy and practice. Early Childhood Education Journal. doi: 10.1007/s10643-017-0865-7 
  • Haslip, M.L., Haslip, M. J. (2013). From Malaysia to America: community-based character education for children and youth. Childhood Education, 89(5), 296 - 302. doi: 10.1080/00094056.2013.830899
  • Longitudinal effects of Pre-K attendance
  • STEM in early childhood
  • Social / emotional learning & positive child guidance
  • Literacy and early writing (PreK – 3)
    Assistant Professor
    Community College Instructor
    Elementary School Teacher
    Non-Profits/Community Building

    My research and scholarship is investigating the sustainability of Pre-K outcomes; building frameworks of support for preschool social-emotional learning; creating nurturing classroom climates and promoting altruism-sustainability linkages in education.  My masters and PhD are both in early childhood education from Old Dominion University. I’ve worked as a first and second grade teacher, college instructor, and in the non-profit sector. I enjoy learning how to be a global citizen by promoting community empowerment and international partnerships. Scholarship, service and family activities have taken me to more than 30 countries. After growing up in California, I graduated from college in Canada, met my wife in China, got married in Malaysia…and settled here after joining Drexel University in 2015. My wife and I live in the Roxborough area of Philadelphia with our young son, one indoor tree and a few plants!  We enjoy nature and participating in our faith community.