Teaches courses in education history, philosophy, and middle school education.
Teaches courses related to early childhood and early childhood special education certification.
Teaches undergraduate courses in educational psychology and child and adolescent development, and graduate courses in special education.
Professor of early childhood and elementary education.
Director, Children's Campus
Teaches classes in teacher leadership, education, geography, African American Affairs, philosophy and diversity.
Areas of professional interest include Student Teaching, Secondary Education & Field Placements
Assistant Professor and TEP Assessment Coordinator
Dr. Jeans focuses on preparing teachers and early intervention personnel to work with young children and their families.
Administrative Assistant helping with assessment and licensure reporting.
Teri is an administrative assistant for the Teacher Education program and also coordinates the Summer Reading Program.
Teaches courses in Educational Technology and Diversity and Culturally Responsive Teaching.
Now a full professor, she is the Dean of University Academic Programs, which involves overseeing: General Education, First and Second Year Experience, Student Disability Services, Institutional Research, and Assessment.
Dr. Serianz has 15 years experience K-8 Catholic School teaching, including 10 years middle school math and science.
Teaches courses focused on literacy instruction, diagnostic prescriptive techniques of teaching reading, and content area literacy.
Dr. Ubeda teaches English as Second Language (ESL) endorsement courses. He has worked for six years as an elementary bilingual teacher and adult ESL instructor.
At St. Ambrose University since 2006, Dr. Volkova teaches math education.
Specializes in inclusion strategies for students with disabilities.