Nancy Wentworth is the chair of the Department of Teacher Education in the McKay School of Education at Brigham Young University. Her research interests include technology integration in inquiry learning and accreditation of teacher education programs. She has co-edited two books: Integrating Information Technology into the Teacher Education Curriculum: Process and Products of Change and Tensions in Teacher Preparation: Accountability, Assessment, and Accreditation. She has authored several book chapters, including “Modeling Technology Integration in Instruction: Inquiry Learning in Teacher Education Courses” in Integrated Technologies, Innovative Learning: Insights from the PT3 Program and “Faculty Learning to Use Technology: PT3-Supported Systemic Reform Initiative in Teacher Education” in Educational Media and Technology Yearbook 2003. Several articles on integrated technology have been published in the Journal of Computing in Teacher Education; Technology and Teacher Education Annual, 2008; Theories & Practices in Supervision and Curriculum, and Computers in the Schools.
Dr. Wentworth began her teaching career as a junior high school mathematics teacher. She has also taught high school math and Advanced Placement computer programming.
Dr. Wentworth and her husband, Glenn Lyman Wentworth, are the parents of six children and grandparents of 15 grandchildren.