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Salena’s research has been conducted around technology integration into K-12 public schools and closing the achievement gap between children from affluent families and children from families living in poverty. She has also been inundated in the research field of increasing literacy competency in the United States, especially within the at-risk student population.
Salena Rabidoux is a full time faculty member at UNC Wilmington’s Watson College of Education. She provides workshops and one-on-one help to other faculty members as well as to K-12 public school teachers and administrators within the UNCW partnerships on technology integration and best teaching practices. Mrs. Rabidoux teaches undergraduate education courses for pre-service teachers with a focus on educational foundations. During her tenure of teaching in Michigan and North Carolina, Salena enjoyed the opportunity of teaching at the elementary, middle grades, and high school levels working extensively in urban areas and Title 1 schools. She currently holds an active K-12 teaching license in North Carolina and Michigan. Salena received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Western Michigan University.