Dr. Maria Stallions

Associate Professor
Department: Education
Office: 239-A C Homer Bast Center
Phone: 378-5167

stallions@roanoke.edu

Degrees:

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

Course List

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