Areas of Interest
Performance Feedback, Educational Leadership, Instructional Leadership, Professional Development
When it came time for me to choose a school to pursue my Masters and Doctoral studies, I knew I wanted a school that attracted a high caliber of professors and students. I wanted to get the most of my degree and wanted to be challenged – both professionally and personally. I can wholeheartedly say that the Masters of Education program in Curriculum and Instruction and the Doctor of Philosophy program in Leadership Studies transformed me as an educator. When I graduated, I looked forward to the day when I would be able to teach in these programs so that I could give back what these programs did for me as an educator, an administrator, and as a person.
Advice for Future Students?
I would recommend all students to maximize the time you have with your professors and colleagues. All the professors have a wealth of knowledge and experience in their fields; connect with them, set up meetings with them and network with those that are in your program.
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin