Faculty, School of Education
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BA German (minor in Russian), University of Arizona, 1991
MA German Literature, University of California Irvine, 1993
Post-graduate studies in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, University of Arizona, 1993-94
California Teaching Credential in German and Literature, Concordia University Irvine, 1995
EdD Instructional Leadership, Argosy University Orange County, 2006
Full-Time Resident Professor Rebecca Stanton has been teaching in the School of Education at Concordia University Irvine since 2005, specializing in secondary teaching methods, classroom management, and differentiated instruction. She also supervises student teachers and Masters degree capstone projects. She has presented on the topic of Art as Prewriting Activities at several conferences, and she continues to focus her research on ways to increase teacher effectiveness for all students through creativity, differentiation, and mobile technology.
Prior to coming to Concordia University, Prof. Stanton taught German and beginning drama for 9 years at the high school level; math, science, and religion for one year at the junior high school level; and German at both the junior college and university levels for several years. She enjoyed taking students on educational trips to Europe and New York City.
Educ/EDSP 502 Creating a Positive, Inclusive Learning Environment
Educ 524 Secondary Methods
EDR 601 Action Research
EDR 603 Independent Research Paper