Tassi Schroll

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
B.S. Educational Studies

Tassi Schroll’s formal training is in Early Childhood/Elementary Education, Literacy, and Educational Leadership in which she has served in various roles over her 23 year career. At the start of her career, Mrs. Schroll served as an elementary school teacher, and later as an Assistant Principal. In addition to being a Contributing Faculty member in the BSEE and SIUS programs, she also supports students in the BSECS TEMPO/CBE program as well as the Teacher Licensure program.

Mrs. Schroll is a passionate educator, whose specific interests include students with disabilities, literacy, and teacher development. She has presented at local schools on numerous topics, including classroom management, best practices in teaching, differentiated instruction, and peer coaching/mentoring.

Courses Taught

HMNT 1001 - Living and Learning in a Technological World

EDUC 1004 - Child Development

TEMPO/CBE ED1003 - Developmental Continuum: Infants and Toddlers

TEMPO/CBE ED1004 - Developmental Continuum: Preschoolers

TEMPO/CBE CL3001 - Culture as Context

TEMPO/CBE CL3002 - Policies that Support Culturally Responsive Early Childhood Settings

TEMPO/CBE CL3003 - Culturally Responsive Curriculum

TEMPO/CBE CL3004 - Culturally Responsive Relationships

TEMPO/CBE CL3005 - Access, Equity, and Positive Social Change

TEMPO/CBE EL3005 - Children's Literature

TEMPO/CBE ML4001 - Approaches to Meaningful Learning and Teaching

TEMPO/CBE ML4002 - Child/Family Contexts and Meaningful Learning and Teaching

Education

Educational Specialist, Brenau University

MS, Walden University

BS, Georgia College and State University