M.A., Appalachian State University, 1991
B.A., Emory & Henry College, 1988
Mr. Seagle teaches world history and is a Senior Instructional Developer at the Walker Center for Teaching and Learning. In addition to UTC, he has taught at Dean College (Franklin, MA) and Chattanooga State Community College.
“Accommodating Angst and Anger in the Quest for Accessibility: A Learning Center’s Story,” (2015), Journal for Academic Excellence, Vol. 3 (5), 22-25.
“Preserving Bragg’s Reservation,” (2013), Chattanooga Regional Historical Journal, Vol. 16 (2), 26-31.
Conference & Presentation Highlights
McCroskey, Kim and Scott Seagle (2016). “Grab a Rod, Reel in Your Students, and Catch and Release Their Knowledge with Plickers.” Presented at 7 th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, Dalton, Georgia.
Seagle, Scott (2015). “Accommodating Angst and Anger in the Quest for Accessibility: A Learning Center’s Story.” Presented at Lilly Conference on Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning, Traverse City, Michigan.
Lowe, Judy and Scott Seagle (2014). “Get Ready. Really Ready. EdReady!” Presented at ROCC Summer Academy, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Dills, Tim and Scott Seagle (2014). “D2L Training: Learning by Doing.” Presented at ROCC Summer Academy, Chattanooga, Tennessee.