Education

Faculty and Staff:

Full Time


Dr. Dominic Salinas

Personal/Professional Bio

Director of Department
Ed.D., School Administration
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 1998

Courses Include: EDUC 512 Methods and Materials of Teaching Elementary Math and Science; EDUC 522 Classroom Management; EDUC 525 Theories of Learning; EDUC 529 Secondary Methods; EDUC 563 Philosophy of Education; and EDUC 531 Curriculum Innovations

318.869.5225
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Dr. Sharon Little

LiveText Coordinator
Visiting Instructor
Assessment Coordinator

Ph.D., Curriculum Instruction/Reading Specialist
University of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

Courses Include: EDUC 511 Methods and Materials of Teaching Elementary Language Arts and Social Studies; EDUC 512 Methods and Materials of Teaching Elementary Math and Science; EDUC 515 Teaching Literacy in the Elementary School; EDUC 516 Teaching Children with Language Disorders; EDUC 519 Human Growth and Development; EDUC 522 Classroom Management; EDUC 531 Curriculum Innovation; EDUC 577-581 Student Teaching and Internship; READ 514 Foundations of Literacy; and READ 518 Reading in the Content Areas

318.869.5065
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Dr. Karen Soul

Associate Professor of Education
Associate Provost
Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction
University of Texas at Austin, 2005

Courses Include: EDUC 511 Methods and Materials of Elementary Language Arts and Social Studies; EDUC 522 Classroom Management; EDUC 530 Curriculum; EDUC 581 Internship

318.869.5065
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Part Time


Dr. Karen Eason

Lecturer in Education
Elementary ELA Supervisor, Caddo Parish Schools

Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction (Reading)
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 2000

Courses Include: READ 514 Foundations of Literacy; READ 515 Teaching Literacy in the Elementary Schools; READ 516 Teaching Children with Language Disorders; READ 518 Reading in the Content Area

Ms. Arleen Hague

Personal/Professional Bio

Lecturer in Education
Principal, Youree Drive Middle AP Magnet, Shreveport, LA (retired)

M.Ed., Education (concentration in Administration/Supervision)
Lousiana State University in Shreveport, 1991

Courses Include: EDUC 430S-450S Student Teaching; EDUC 471 Senior Seminar; EDUC 577-581 Student Teaching and Internship

318.869.5069
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Dr. Barzana White

Lecturer in Education
Psychologist, Caddo Parish Schools

Ph.D., School Psychology
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1996

Courses Include: EDUC 510 Testing and Measurement; EDUC 516 Methods of Teaching Students with Special Needs; EDUC 522 Classroom Management

Dr. Genell Harris

Adjunct Visiting Associate Professor of Education
TEAC Liaison

Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction/Science Education
University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, 1993

Courses Included: EDUC 511 Methods and Materials of Teaching Elementary Language Arts and Social Studies; EDUC 519 Human Growth and Development; EDUC 522 Classroom Management; EDUC 530 Curriculum; EDUC 512 Methods of Teaching Math and Science; EDUC 525 Theories of Learning; EDUC 529 Secondary Methods

318.869.5066
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