Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
School of Education and Professional Licensure
B.S. Child Development
Bobbi Marshall’s formal training is in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Special Education. She has had various roles in both the public and private sector during her 34+ year career. She has been actively involved in PK-12 education as a teacher and school improvement team member. She has led two organizations through the national accreditation process. She has been involved in higher education since 2000 in both Child Development, Special Education and Elementary Education programs online as well as face-to-face courses. Mrs. Marshall has been with Walden University since 2008 serving as contributing faculty, lead faculty, Tempo Subject Matter Expert and Subject Matter Expert for course development.
Mrs. Marshall has been a presenter at various conferences. She has provided professional development sessions for K-12 faculty. She is currently a Site Visitor and an Annual Report Reviewer for the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) Programs.
Mrs. Marshall’s current research interests revolve around trauma informed schools, teacher preparation and improving the quality of services for children with special needs.
EDUC 3203 - Infant Toddler Mental Health
EDUC 3204 - Family Cultures of Infants and Toddlers
EDUC 3301 - School Age and Adolescent Development
EDUC 4301 - School Age Children and Adolescents in a Multicultural Society
AA, Ohio Valley University
BS, Oklahoma Christian University
MA, The George Washington University
Awards / Honors
Teacher of the Year, Battlefield Primary School, 2006
Agency Volunteer of the Year, United Way of Metro Oklahoma City, 1995
Award of Excellence in Education, Alexandria Chamber of Commerce, 1998