Doctor of Education in Collaborative High Impact Instruction
Fontbonne University’s College of Education and Allied Health Professions is proud to expand its 95-year tradition of preparing teachers and therapists by announcing its inaugural education doctorate (Ed.D.) program in Collaborative High Impact Instruction. This innovative Ed.D. program will prepare doctoral students to become more effective, collaborative, and culturally responsive professionals in a variety of work settings.
Impact is important whether you are teaching in a public or private school, a higher education setting or in a corporation. Through a unique combination of coursework and research opportunities specifically designed to advance instructional effectiveness and innovation, students in the Ed.D. program will:
- Apply evidence-based, high-impact education practices to effect change in diverse educational environments;
- Develop culturally responsive and inclusive skills in collaboration, partnership development, application of translational research, use of assessment data to inform instruction, and integration of technology and teaching;
- Grow as a leader in cohort groups of 10-12, led by dedicated, experienced professors.
- Universal Design for Learning
- Critical Literacy: Learning in the 21st Century
- Family Engagement in the Intervention Process
Summer hours: Mon. – Thurs. 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Fri. 8 a.m. – noon
Dr. Gale Rice, Dean, College of Education and Allied Health Professions | email@example.com | (314)889-1430
Dr. Jamie VanDycke, Chair, Education/Special Education | firstname.lastname@example.org | (314) 719-3634
Joseph Havis, Vice President, Enrollment Management | email@example.com | (314) 889-1478