Stuart Ives Carrier
Assistant Professor, National College of Education
Program Coordinator, Educational Leadership Florida Program
Doctorate (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership
Curriculum & Instruction courses, dissertation committee chair and member
Educational Specialist (Ed.S.)Degree in Administration & Supervision / Educational Leadership
Master of Education (M.Ed.) Degree in Administration & Supervision / Educational Leadership
* Leading Diverse Schools * Building School - Community Partnerships * Negotiating and Resolving Conflicts in Education Communities * Decision-making for Educational Systems & Organizations * Realizing Vision through Technical, Human, and Financial Resources * Guaranteeing a Differentiated and Coherent Curriculum
Areas of Expertise:
Leadership, Communications, and Technology
Curriculum & Instruction
Stuart Ives Carrier serves National-Louis University as Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator for the National College of Education’s Educational Leadership – Florida (EDL) Program, based in Tampa, Florida. He teaches EDL graduate courses in Leading Diverse Schools, Building School-Community Partnerships, Leadership & Organizational Development, Communications & Technology for School Leaders, Administration of Curriculum, and Supervising Instruction. Prior to serving NLU in his current faculty position, Stu served Saint Leo University and NLU for 22 years as a higher ed administrator in positions including Executive Director, Dean, Associate Vice President, and Regional Vice President.
His degrees include an A.B.Ed. in English education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as well as an M.A. in Guidance & Counseling and a Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of South Florida. With a cognate in Educational Technology, his doctorate focused on microcomputer applications in the high school language arts. Stu also studied at the Management of Lifelong Education (MLE) institute at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education and he has completed graduate coursework in Literacy and Technology at the University of Florida.
Stu’s career is characterized by the theme of developing professional learning communities in a variety of collegiate and public-school settings -- within cohort groups, off-campus resident centers, campus systems, and virtual community through online social networking. . For recreation, he reads, jogs, studies music & film, and sustains a backyard waterfall habitat for koi, small mammals, and birds.
Ph.D. Degree, University of South Florida (Curriculum & Instruction with a cognate in Educational Technology) M.A. Degree, University of South Florida (Guidance & Counseling) A.B.Ed. Degree, University of North Carolina (English education) Certificate in Management of Lifelong Education (MLE), Graduate School of Education, Harvard University
Research and Interests:
Leadership, Communications, and Technology Curriculum & Instruction Educational Technology Organizational Development
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