Campbell University is improving teacher readiness with a new teacher preparation program. Now the next generation of teachers can enter the working world with one less worry – they know exactly where to find and implement classroom curriculums that are engaging and address unique learner needs.
Why should you watch?
During this complimentary on-demand webinar, you'll learn more about the program and how leaders at the Campbell University School of Education:
- Took a two-phase approach to create the program.
- Remedied challenges for greater adoption.
- Incorporated SAS® Curriculum Pathways® into the school's professional education sequence.
- Collaborated with SAS to establish Teachers of Excellence.
Mary Ellen Durham, PhD
Associate Professor, Campbell School of Education
Durham has more than 32 years of professional experience in education. She earned a PhD in science education from North Carolina State University; a master's in education from Grand Valley State University; and a BA in biology from Greensboro College. As an Associate Professor in the Campbell School of Education, Durham has taught in both the graduate and undergraduate teacher preparatory programs, supervised pre-service teachers, served as the unit's accreditation officer, and acted as the Coordinator of Instructional Technology.
Chris Godwin, PhD
Director of Teacher Education, Campbell University
Godwin has more than 28 years of experience in North Carolina public schools and spent 10 years as a middle school math and science teacher. He is the Coordinator for Gifted Programs for Harnett County Schools, State Director for AIG Programs with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, and Executive Director for Academic Programs for Johnston County Schools. He is an educational consultant for numerous school districts on differentiated instruction, gifted education and responsiveness to instruction.
Ralph Moore (Moderator)
Professional Development Specialist, SAS Curriculum Pathways
Moore works with schools and organizations around the country to facilitate the integration of technology into curriculums and instruction. He has presented at conferences for organizations such as the National Council for the Social Studies and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. A former army officer and social studies teacher, his current role is informed by the 10 years he spent on the SAS Curriculum Pathways humanities team creating digital curriculum products.