Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
Dr. Dralle serves as a Contributing Faculty Member in Reading, Literacy, and Leadership in the Ed.D. Program at Walden University. He is also a University Research Reviewer (URR) with Walden University. In addition to teaching in the Ph.D/ Education program, Dr. Dralle serves as the chair or second committee member on several EdD project studies.
Dr. Dralle's doctorate is in Social Studies Education, from the University of Virginia. In addition to serving as a Contributing Faculty Member in the Richard W. College of Education with Walden University, Dr. Dralle is an Adjunct Professor of Graduate Education with another university, and an English and Social Studies teacher with the North Carolina Virtual Public Schools. Dr. Dralle has have served as an Assistant Professor of Social Studies Education at East Carolina University, and as an adjunct instructor of writing/composition at UNC Pembroke and Southeastern Community College in North Carolina.
Dr. Dralle has taught in the public schools (F2F) for six years, and in the public schools (virtual) for 11 years.
Dr. Dralle has taught at the university level for 14 years.
Dr. Dralle has published articles and given presentations in technology integration in Social Studies, teaching reading in all content areas, seminar experiences for online graduate students, and in teaching and learning in online environments. Dr. Dralle's current research interests include best practices in online teaching, and exploring reading and writing instruction in the content area classroom. Dr. Dralle is currently conducting research related to live and asynchronous seminars in graduate courses.
Dr. Dralle's undergraduate degree is in Government from Cornell University, and he earned my Masters is in Secondary Education from Duquesne University. Dr. Dralle lives with his wife and son in southeastern NC.