Tara Diehl, D.Ed.
Dr. Diehl teaches ECON 156 – Business and Economics Mathematics within the Department of Economics. She earned her D.Ed. in Adult Education from the Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg in 2015. Dr. Diehl received her M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Bloomsburg University and completed a B.S.Ed. in Mathematics from Millersville University.
Dr. Diehl’s research and teaching interests are in the flipped classroom, helping underprepared students achieve success in mathematics, math pathways, and corequisite math courses. She has also taught Introductory Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, and Foundations of Algebra at Bloomsburg University.
- Diehl, T.E. & Bobak, R.A. (2021). Study plans promote daily review in developmental mathematics. Journal of Developmental Education.
- Diehl, T.E., Hamman, K.J., & Rivera, S. (2020). Group study as a form of support for developmental mathematics students. The Learning Assistance Review, 25(1), 9-38.
- Diehl, T.E. (2017). Development of a structured learning assistance program (SLA). Journal of Developmental education, 40(3), 32-34.