Tomorrow's Teachers Today: Striving for Excellence
CAROL ANN GEORGE, PH.D.
*Ph.D., Foreign and Second Language Education, Curriculum and
Instruction; State University of New York at Buffalo.
Specialty in English as Second Language
*M.Ed., Foreign and Second Language Education, Curriculum and Instruction;
State University of New York at Buffalo.
Specialty in English as a Second Language.
*B.A., Theoretical Linguistics, State University of New York at Buffalo
*Director of Student Teaching, Education Department, Lincoln University
*Assistant Professor of Education, Education Department, Lincoln University
*Visiting Professor of Spanish: Foreign Languages and Literature Department,
*Director, NASA MASTAP Program, Graduate Center, Lincoln University
*Visiting Professor of TESOL, Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas
*Professor of Education, Bilingual Education Department, New Mexico State
*Professor of Teacher Education, School of Education, University of Texas at El
Paso, El Paso, Texas
*Professor of Education, Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de
Monterrey, Graduate School of Education, Distant Education. ITESM, Main Campus,
* Director of English, Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Toluca and
Chihuahua Campuses, Mexico.
*Founder and Chief Academic Officer, Instituto Lingua Franca. Language Institute, Chihuahua, Mexico
COURSES TAUGHT AT LINCOLN:
*Spanish 101. 102. and 300 and 400 level courses
* Education 207:
Sophomore Field Experience
*Education 307: Junior Field Experience
*Education 310: Methods in Language Arts
*Education 401: Student Teaching: Field component
*Education 420: Student Teaching Seminar
*Education 422: Senior Research Seminar: Capstone Experience
*Customized English Language Training
Incense and Chapel Veils: Lebanese American Women and Life Outcomes
*George, C.A. Factors
Leading to Academic Success of African American Pre-Service Teachers at an
HBCU: Perspectives. (2009). Journal of Social and Political Thought, Lincoln University.
*George, C.A. (2003). Age Wavers and
Customized Spanish: A Case Study of an Older Adult Language Learner (OALL).
Paper presented at Pennsylvania Foreign Language Council, Duquesne University, PA
*Steering Committee Member, Thurgood Marshall College Fund
Investigator: Dakstador Grant at Lincoln
University and Stroud Water
Lincoln University, Education Department
1570 Baltimore Pike, P.O. Box
179, Lincoln University, PA 19352 \ 484-365-8000