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Dr. Maria Stallions

Associate Professor

Chairperson

Department: Education
Office: 239-A C Homer Bast Center
540-378-5167

stallions@roanoke.edu

Courses

Degrees

B.S, M.S. and Ph.D. Barry University

Research & Teaching Interests

Special Education, Cross-cultural Communication, Teaching English Language Learners, Foundation and Philosophy of Education, Service-Learning Pedagogy, Literacy and Arts Integration, Early Career Teacher Mentoring and Educational Leadership.

Scholarly Activities

Teacher Professional Development, Mentoring and Induction Models, Educational Reform/Policy Development, Professional Advocacy, Teacher Leadership, Culturally and Linguistically Sensitive Pedagogy and Arts Integration.

Extracurricular

Community Outreach, Reading, Cooking, Family and Church Activities.

Previous Work

  • Assistant Dean, Barry University
  • Curriculum Specialist/Chair-Math/Science,
  • Connected Learning Community Charter School
  • Teacher, Dade-County Public Schools

Available as a Media resource for the following topics

Early career teacher mentoring and educational leadership.
Teaching culturally and linguistically diverse students.
Educational policies.
Advocacy.

Willing to speak to professional, social or civic groups on

Early career teacher mentoring and educational leadership.
Teaching culturally and linguistically diverse students.
Educational policies.
Advocacy

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