The Asbury University School of Education offers a variety of teacher education programs including bachelor’s degrees for our undergraduate and Adult Professional Studies students, and graduate programs for both certified teachers and those pursuing initial certification.
Regardless of the path you’re on, our mission remains the same: to facilitate the preparation of professional educators who embody world-class academic excellence, spiritual integrity, and servant leadership.
Lena is the School of Education's Taskstream Manager.
Taskstream is a program that stores student clinical placements in the public schools. It's also where Portfolios are completed and online evaluations sent from to the public school's cooperating teachers that mentor AU Ed students.
Lena got her El Ed teaching degree from Kansas State University and has taught Kdg-4th grade in the public schools in KS, MI, and KY.
Angela Mills is the Admissions Clerk in Asbury University's Graduate Education Department. Angela graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science in Education, Integrated Language Arts (7-12). She later returned to obtain an endorsement in Reading (K-12). Soon after graduation, Angela and her husband moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan where Angela worked as the Director of Education and Center Director of Sylvan Learning Center in Rockford, Michigan. In 2014 Angela's husband was accepted at Asbury Theological Seminary.
As the Staff Assistant for the School of Education, Diddy Terry aids the Dean and works primarily with the traditional undergraduate and APS programs. She received two associated degrees from Lexington Community College, one in Business Management and the other in Accounting. She received her paralegal cerification from the University of Texas-San Antonio. She passed the CLA exam and is a nationally certified paralegal. Diddy and her husband, David, have 3 adult children.
When Asbury University alumni return to campus for Reunion, one of the things they say goes something like, “When I came to class, I knew I wasn’t just another student to my professor. He knew me, he challenged me, and I’m better at what I do now because he knew what he was talking about.” In an ongoing Web series, Asbury will feature just a few of the faculty at Asbury who are making a difference in both their subject areas and their classrooms.
This is the fifth in a series about student internships at Asbury University.
Prior to coming to Asbury, Michael enjoyed a 25-year career as a public and private school educator. During that time he served as a high school math teacher and principal. His most extensive work was as an alternative high school principal for students with emotional disorders and behavior problems. He worked both in the inner city of St. Louis and in the surrounding counties. He has an earned Ph.D. from the University of Missouri – St. Louis with a specific emphasis on At-Risk Students and Character Education.
Asbury University graduate Andrea Logan ’00 LaMotte is a teacher, and a good one — she was chosen as District Teacher of the year for the Caesar Rodney School District in Delaware for 2012-13.