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Margie Abbott, Ed.D.

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Department of Education
BP John Administration Building
503.699.6250
mabbott@marylhurst.edu

Education

Ed.D., Educational Leadership, University of Oregon
M.Ed., Educational Foundations, Oregon State University
BS, Elementary Education, Western Oregon University

Courses Taught
Assessment Literacy
Child Development & Learning Theory
Culturally Proficient Instructional Leadership
Facilitating School Change
Field Experience 1: Professional Identity
Positive Classroom: Secondary
Professional Experience & Entry Planning
Roles & Skills in Teacher Leadership
Socio-Political & Social Justice Issues
Student Teaching 1: Elementary
Student Teaching 1: Secondary
System Change for Improving Schools

About

Margie spent 19 years teaching in grades 3 through 6, as well as 12 years as a classroom supervisor and evaluator for grades K through 8. She has decades of experience supporting instructional improvement as a teacher leader, school administrator, student teacher supervisor and educational consultant. Margie has a particular passion for serving students who challenge educators.

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