Dr. Michael W. Schulteis
Associate Professor of Science Education
Director of Undergraduate Education Programs
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Concordia University, Irvine, CA, B.A., 1995; M.A., 1998. Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia, Sc.Ed.D. 2005.
Hope Lutheran School, Glendora, CA, 1996-98. Lutheran High School of Orange County, Orange, CA, 1998-03. Concordia University, Irvine, CA, (adjunct) 2002-03. Concordia University since 2003.
Prof. Michael Schulteis has been at Concordia University, Irvine since 2003, teaching in the School of Education, specializing in science and mathematics education, as well as classroom management. Prior to arriving at Concordia University he taught at the junior high school level as a 7th grade homeroom teacher teaching multiple subjects and as a science specialist for grades 6th through 8th. At the high school level, Michael taught chemistry, biology, and honors biology as well as being a coach and the Taxidermy Club advisor.
Dr. Schulteis earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1995, California Teaching Credential in 1996, and his Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction in 1998, all from Concordia University, Irvine. He earned his Doctor of Science Education degree from Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia. His dissertation thesis was “The Condition and Effects of Evolutionary Education in the Parochial School.”
Beyond his teaching duties, Professor Schulteis serves as a Faculty Marshal at the university. Dr. Schulteis is a mentor for the American Meteorological Society Datastreme program. He is also a sought after seminar presenter and has made presentations to teachers across the United States and from around the world including Korea, Japan, China, South Africa, and Australia.