Dr. Teri Bingham

Teri Bingham, Ph.D.

Professor of Education

MAT Program Director

Office: Old Main 434
Phone: 806-651-2606

Professional Profile

Dr. Bingham joined the WTAMU College of Education and Social Sciences in 1993. She earned her Bachelor's degree in mathematics in 1985 from Brigham Young University and received a teaching certificate for kindergarten through high school mathematics. She received her Master’s of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction in 1986, followed by an Ed.D. in 1992 from UCLA. Prior to coming to WTAMU, Dr. Bingham was a math teacher and served as a clinical consultant for UCLA mentoring teachers in the Los Angeles School District. Dr. Bingham is a Professor of Education and teaches in both the undergraduate educator preparation and the master's degree programs at WTAMU

Teaching and Related Service

Dr. Bingham teaches several courses in the Department of Education’s Educator Preparation Program (EPP) including Teaching Methods, Educational Psychology, and Classroom Management. She teaches Human Development for the Master’s degree program. She has received numerous awards and honors for her effective teaching style.

Research and Creative Activity 

Dr. Bingham is the primary author and editor of Teaching Texas, a textbook designed to prepare preservice teachers to both pass the Texas State Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities (PPR) certification test and the realities of being a classroom teacher. She has published numerous research and practitioner peer-reviewed articles, as well as presenting at countless educational conferences, and staff development meetings.