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The College of Education at Daytona State College offers a variety of programs for individuals to further their education.

 

The School of Adult Education provides opportunities for attainment of a high school diploma or equivalent in addition to offering classes for non-native English speakers (English for Speakers of Other Languages, ESOL). 

Within the School of Education, individuals with an AA degree interested in pursuing a career in teaching may apply to one of the seven programs in the Bachelor of Science in Education (BSED). The Educator Preparation Institute (EPI), also in the School of Education, is a pathway for alternative teacher certification for individuals who already hold a bachelor's degree.

Mission Statement

The College of Education will facilitate a unique learning environment in each program that will allow students to enhance their skills and reach their desired goals, whether it be skill attainment or program completion.  Please call 386-506-3770 or contact Dr. Amy Ringue, Academic Chair, if you need additional information.

 LATEST NEWS!

General Knowledge Test (GKT)

 FYI to Fall 2015 applicants: Please take GKT no later than July 6, to ensure the School of Education office receives all scores in time for students to be fully admitted to the BSED for the Fall 2015 semester.

Daytona State College, Assessment Services, is now a test site for Florida Teacher Certification Exams (FTCE) and General Knowledge Exams (GK). Exams are only available on the Daytona Beach campus, 1200 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL. Assessment Services is located in building 100 Room 107.  Click here for more information about taking an exam at DSC's Assessment Services. 

Click here for GKT information from the Academic Support Center.

Click here for GKT Test Information Guide.

Education Club

The Education Club has begun hosting Spring 2015 study sessions. Please join us from 3:00- 5:00 pm in 200/305 on 3/25/15 and/or 4/23/15 if you are interested in participating.
Danielle Brogan is in charge of these sessions and you may contact her at: danielle_brogan@falconmail.daytonastate.edu


 

 See what our faculty and staff have been up to!

 Ana Blaine

Ana Blaine

Ana is completing her doctorate at the University of Florida in Curriculum and Instruction. She is the contact person for the Florida Fund for Minority Teachers at DSC and for the Department of Education in Tallahassee. Ana is a peer reviewer for the FEAP matrices and serves on the Florida Department for Education Race to the Top and Teacher and Leader Preparation Implementation Committee. She recently completed her Leadership Development Institute I program at Daytona State and will be a presenter at one of our Lunch and Learn sessions in January.

 John Connor

John Connor

John is in his 10th year as a state-level reviewer of public school districts' professional development and principal effectiveness for the Florida Department of Education. In October, John will be a presenter at a conference in Atlanta. He completed a Writing Across the Curriculum and Writing in the Discipline workshop this summer.

 Marty Goldys

Marty Goldys

Marty has been very busy this summer and fall working with the IT department to implement a new "electronic version" for the end-of-semester evaluations, which we will be using in the fall semester.

 Betty Green

Dr. Betty Green

This fall Betty, will be working as a reviewer for English as Second Language (ESOL) programs at three colleges. She is an active board member for Sunshine State Teachers of English as a Second Language, Florida Foreign Language Association, and Northeast Florida Teachers of English as a Second Language. Dr. Green will be presenting at the international conference of American Council of Teachers of Foreign Languages in Orlando this fall. She is co-facilitator of Master Faculty I & II. She is also editing the Florida Foreign Language Journal that is published several times a year and is a long-time member of Phi Delta Kappa.

 Maryann Gromoll

Dr. Maryann Gromoll

Maryann is working on the Haiti project with Dr. Donnie May and several other faculty members in our department. She did a workshop on differentiated instruction in math at Burns Science & Technology Charter School this summer. She is an active member of Phi Delta Kappa. Maryann attended the Institute of Higher Education for ESE higher education staff in Gainesville this summer and will attend the Administrators' Management (ESE) meeting this fall in St. Petersburg.

 Jo-Ann Halloran

Dr. Jo-Ann Halloran

Jo-Ann just finished her second graduate certificate in Project Management from Walden University.  She is a member of the College's Strategic Planning Committee, Planning Council, and President to the Professional Council.  Jo-Ann was just recently asked to serve on the President's Search Committee. 

 Lynn Hartley

Lynn Hartley

During the spring semester of 2014, Mrs. Hartley organized and launched a textbook lend/lease program through the Education Club for EDF1005 and EDF2085 students. In an ongoing effort to reduce the costs associated with textbook purchases, Mrs. Hartley plans to expand this program to include BSED students in the fall semester of 2014. Mrs. Hartley serves on numerous committees and is active within her department, the college community and Flagler County, where she resides.

 Margie Hensler

Margie Hensler

Margie is working on the department's Haiti project and she and Dr. May return this summer from a trip there working with different schools. She is completing her doctorate from the University of Florida in Higher Education Leadership. Margie is working with the Florida Department of Education as a Protocol New Reviewer Trainer. At Daytona State, she is on the Professional Development Committee and is assisting with the new Kappa Delta Phi international fraternity for education.

 Tashana Howse

 Dr. Tashana Howse

Tashana completed her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction this summer from the University of Central Florida. Tashana also participated in the Day on the Hill with the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education this summer in Tallahassee. She is also planning to speak at the Florida Council of Teachers of Mathematics and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics annual conferences this fall. Tashana is also a reviewer for the Florida Education Research Association proposals for their annual meeting. She and Joy Lewis are very involved with reading and math practicums at Holly Hill School and Palm Terrace Elementary School each semester, working with our student and the elementary students. At the college level, Tashana is on master faculty, college and department curriculum committee and the College Connection Committee.

 Joy Lewis

 Dr. Joy Lewis

Joy is sponsoring the Education Club as well as our new international honor society for education, Kappa Delta Phi. She has written several grants to help with her reading program. Joy is actively involved with campus committees: College Connections, the Planning Council's Teaching and Learning Committee, and this summer she was involved in the inaugural 2013 Writing Across the Curriculum and Writing in the Discipline programs. Joy recently spoke at the Lunch and Learn program about generation gaps. This summer she completed additional training in Ruby Payne (poverty in education program). Also this summer Joy was involved with the validation of the Professional Educator's Test for the State Department of Education. In November, Joy presented at the 2013 London International Conference in Education.

 Donald May

 Dr. Donald May

Donnie has been very busy with the Haiti project (working with teachers and students in Cap Haitien). He just returned from a trip to Haiti this summer assessing the needs of the schools in Cap Haitien. He will be working with several of our faculty to collaborate and assist teachers in Haiti as our students will have a chance to go there next summer and work with the schools. Donnie has written numerous grants for funding the trips as well as collecting donations for the schools in Haiti. He is an active member of Phi Delta Kappa.

 Amy Ringue

Dr. Amy Ringue

Amy Ringue, Ph.D. is the Academic Chair for the College of Education at Daytona State College. Her interests include assessment and continuous program improvement in education. At DSC, she is a co-chair of the Academic Success Committee, chair of the COE Curriculum Committee, and a QuESST Facilitator. A National Board Certified Teacher, she has 13 years of public school teaching experience and works with the FDOE, Volusia, and Flagler County Schools on various grants. She is a member of the Florida Association of Teacher Educators, Florida Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Association of Florida Colleges, Kappa Delta Phi, and Phi Delta Kappa.

 

 


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Dr. Kristy Presswood, Associate Vice President
Email: presswk@DaytonaState.edu
Tel: (386) 506-3822 

Katrina Bell, Dean-School of Adult Education
Email: bellk@DaytonaState.edu
Tel: (386) 506-3635

Dr. Les Potter, Academic Chair-School of Education
Email: potterl@DaytonaState.edu
Tel: (386) 506-3528

The College of Education is the home of the following schools:
School of Adult Education
School of Education

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Last updated: 2015-04-06T14:39:24.887Z