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Our Secondary Education Program faculty is comprised of experienced and certified secondary educators who bring a wealth of theoretical and practical knowledge to each course within the program. They routinely present at national and international conferences and publish in national and international journals.

Our Secondary Education Program faculty is comprised of experienced and certified secondary educators who bring a wealth of theoretical and practical knowledge to each course within the program. They routinely present at national and international conferences and publish in national and international journals.

Professor Mary Williams has the following awards:

  • George Mason University Excellence in Teaching Award nomination 2010
  • George Mason University Excellence in Teaching with Technology Award nomination 2009
  • Phi Delta Kappa International Bravo Award 2004/2005
  • California Lutheran University School of Education 'Colloquium Scholar in recognition of Outstanding Leadership and Service to the Education Profession 1999
  • Association of Teacher Educators Service Award 1996
  • International Society of Educational Administrators Service Award; Diplomat Certificate 1995
  • Council for the Advancement and Support of Education: Nomination, "U.S. Undergraduate Professor of the Year 1992/1993"

Professor Maryanne Bednar was awarded the following for her work in literacy education:

  • Society for Technology and Teacher Education 1996
    • Outstanding Paper Award: Assessment Issues in Teacher Education

Professors John Sweeder (recently retired) and Maryanne Bednar share the following awards for their work in Secondary Education:

  • Society for Technology and Teacher Education 1995
    • Best Use of Video in Teacher Education
  • Society for Technology and Teacher Education 1997
    • Best Theory Paper Award: Conjoining Product Technologies with Multiple Intelligence Theory: Rethinking Teacher Preparation

Professor Preston Feden has the following awards:

  • Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching 1984
  • La Salle University Provost's Distinguished Faculty Award 2001

Professor Gary Clabaugh has the following awards:

  • National Defense Education Act Fellow 1969-1971
  • Phi Delta Kappa Ralph D. Owen Prize Winner 1971
  • Pi Lambda Theta Presidential Recognition Award
    • Distinguished Pi Lambda Thetan 1999

Professors Feden and Clabaugh share the following award:

  • Council for Exceptional Children's Teacher Education and Special Education Division Publication of the Year Award 1987