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Christine Lux, EdD

Christine Lux

Assistant Professor

Early Childhood Education and Child Services

210D Herrick Hall
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717-3540
christine.lux@montana.edu
406.994.5005

Dr. Christine Lux has more than twenty years of teaching experience, ranging from directing an early care and education program to developing and implementing inquiry-based science experiences for toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged students. For the past ten years, Dr. Lux has been a faculty member in the Early Childhood Education & Child Services program at MSU. Her teaching and research focus is on early childhood teacher preparation, play & learning in early childhood, and interdisciplinary early childhood curriculum development. Dr. Lux serves on numerous local and state committees, and is chair of the Montana Early Childhood Higher Education Consortium.

Education

  • Ed.D. Curriculum & Teaching and Early Childhood Education, Boston University
  • M.Ed. Educational Media & Technology, Boston University
  • BA Elementary Education and Child in Society, Boston College

Specialties and Interests

  • Field experience in early childhood teacher education
  • Parent perspectives of early childhood education
  • Farm to School and outdoor education
  • Standards-based early childhood curriculum development and implementation