Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
M.S. Education (MSEd)
Dr. Tina Marshall-Bradley is an Academic Coordinator in the Master of Science in Education (MSED) program in the Riley College of Education and Leadership at Walden University where she works with the core courses. Dr. Marshall-Bradley's professional experiences have been rich and varied to include being the founding dean of a school of education; working at the state level on regulatory issues; holding faculty positions at state and private colleges as well as at a military college; working at the Giza plateau in Cairo, Egypt, and working at NASA’s Langley Research Center. She has worked in the area of educator preparation for the past twenty-five years. Her current research focuses on quality services for students underserved by the education system, comparative education and equity in education. She is working on a funded research project that is an interdisciplinary study on skills of the future.
Dr. Marshall-Bradley's work in education preparation has been primarily focused on assessment for the past fifteen years. She has established as well as evaluated assessment systems in higher education. She has served as a member of the Assessment Council in the Riley College of Education and Leadership and as a member of the Learning Innovation Council as a member of the Center for Degree Acceleration Working Group. She has worked as a leader at Walden University in strategic initiatives.
EDUC 6610 - Teacher As Professional
EDUC 6729 - Assessment and the English Language Learner
PhD, Iowa State University - Ames, IA United States
Angie Kennedy Educational Foundation, President - Orangeburg, SC United States
Awards / Honors
Fulbright Binational Commission Faculty Fellow, American University, Cairo, Egypt, 1995
Blue Ribbon Panel on Clinical Preparation and Part, National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), 2010
Bradley, G. C., Marshall-bradley, T., Marshall-bradley, T. (2008). Joining the PACT: Ensuring quality education for all African American students in South Carolina.
Marshall-bradley, T. (2005). Engaging the experts: Middle level teachers in partnership with university programs. South Carolina Journal of Middle Level Education.
Zamora, J. E., Marshall-bradley, T. (2015). The Walden International Student. RWRCOEL.
Ross, A. D., Marshall-bradley, T. (2016). Peace Be Still: Supporting Work/Life Balance Among Adult International Students. National Association for Multicultural Education.