A webinar featuring Dr. Jan G. Miller, Dr. Reenay Rogers, and Sara Reynolds from the University of West Alabama
This is a rebroadcast of a popular Teacher Education session from the ReAction 2022 virtual conference.
Hear from the dean, associate dean, and coordinator of clinical experiences at the College of Education at the University of West Alabama how GoReact helped save their budget. The college was $60,000 in the red because of increasing travel costs, and GoReact provided a cost-effective solution for observing student field experiences.
In this free recorded webinar, you’ll learn:
Dr. Jan G. Miller serves as Dean for the College of Education and Director of Online Programs at the University of West Alabama. Under her guidance, the college has developed and launched numerous new programs, including an Ed.D. in Rural Education, which was the first in the nation boasting 130 doctoral candidates from across the U.S. Prior to working at UWA, she served as a school leader in a P12 setting for 18 years. She is also a former teacher of grades K, 1, 3, and 8. Her areas of expertise include online education, online course design, grant writing, and instructional leadership.
Dr. Reenay Rogers serves as Associate Dean and Chair of the Department of Teaching for the College of Education at the University of West Alabama. She holds a Ph.D. in Instructional Leadership with an emphasis in Instructional Technology and an M.A. in Secondary Science Education. Her research interests are in rural education, STEM education, and the use of technology to improve educational outcomes.
Sara Reynolds serves as Coordinator of Clinical Experiences for the College of Education at the University of West Alabama. She manages all students who complete field experience, practicums, and internships. She works closely with partnership schools to ensure the best placements for all UWA students. She also serves as Associate Director of a Teacher Quality Partnership (TQP) grant, which involves helping teacher residents complete a yearlong residency program. The grant will produce 60 teachers by the end of its term.