Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
M.S. Education (MSEd)
My experience includes both teaching at the university level and in public education for over 30 years.
My professional career in Michigan was spent as a public educator, curriculum director, and as an administrator, while working part time for various colleges and universities that included Capella University, Walden University, Marygrove College, and Wayne State University.
EDUC 6730 - Curriculum Design for Learning
EDUC 6732 - Differentiated Instruction
EDUC 6610 - Teacher as Professional
EDUC 6625 - EDUC 6625-Habits of Mind
EDUC 6731 - Assessment for Student Learning
EDUC 6650 - Enhancing Learning Through Linguistic and Cultural Diversity
EDUC 6657 - Creating an Effective Classroom Learning Environment
EDUC 6671 - Designing Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment:
PhD, Walden University
MS, Central Michigan University
BS, Michigan State University
Awards / Honors
Outstanding Teacher of the Year - Nominee, Warren Mott High School, 2007
Alred, J. C., Adams, C. B. (2018). Strategies for Creating a Successful Online Learning Classroom. Faculty Focus.