Dr. Michelle Gaudette


Dr. Michelle Gaudette serves as the Workforce and Program Development Coordinator. She earned her Ed.D. in Curriculum & Instruction: Teacher Education in 2011. She also has master's degrees in Biology, Curriculum & Instruction, and Instructional Design & Technology.

Gaudette has been teaching courses at UWF since 2006, including Science Education, Foundations of Measurement, Field Experience 1, and various other teacher education courses.

Dr. Gaudette enjoys most anything related to science, technology, and engineering. She has been working with LEGO Robotics for several years, and is currently exploring web development.

Degrees & Institutions:

Gaudette received a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Humanities from the University of West Florida. She has three masters degrees – one in Curriculum and Instruction, Secondary Education, another in Instructional Design and Technology, and another in Biology – all three are from the University of West Florida. Gaudette went on to earn her doctorate degree in Curriculum and Instruction, Teacher Education from the University of West Florida. 


    • Gaudette, M. (2011). An Exploration of the Interrelationships Among the Constructs of Bandura’s Self-Efficacy Theory in Preservice Elementary Teachers Within Science Content Applications (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). The University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida.
    • Gaines, T., Brown, H. Q., & Gaudette, M. (2010). Report on the School Improvement Project in the Escambia County School District, Pensacola, Florida. Submitted March 17, 2010 to the Escambia County School District Superintendent and Warrington Middle School Administration.