Leslie Gates earned her B.S.E. in Art Education from Millersville University of Pennsylvania, her M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction from Shepherd University, and her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Maryland College Park. She has taught art education at the high school and elementary levels in both urban and rural contexts. Leslie is currently an Associate Professor of Art Education at Millersville University of Pennsylvania, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses and supervises teacher candidates.

Leslie has served as a curriculum consultant to public school districts, given a number of invited lectures, and facilitated opportunities for professional learning at various conferences, seminars, and workshops. Her professional interests include arts educators’ professional learning, assessment in the arts, and postmodern and choice-based approaches to art education.

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  1. Michael Catalano says:

    Hi Leslie,
    Every time I get the opportunity to take a workshop with you at any Art Ed conference, I do because I always leave inspired! Over 10 years ago I took a fabulous workshop with you prior to entering the field on professionalism, resumes and cover letters. I really feel that workshop helped prepare me to be a great candidate in the job market! I have a really amazing student teacher this year and I am wondering if you would be willing to share the power-point or materials with me to share with her? I wanted to pay it forward to a energetic, hardworking bright new teacher. Please email me anything you would be willing to share at mcatalano@crsd.org Thank you in advance for your hard work in the field of Art Education!

    Fondly, Michael Catalano

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