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Ann Palmer-Bradley, Ed.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Teacher Education
Phone: (714) 935-0260 ext. 2254
Email: apbradley@apu.edu
Dr. Bradley currently serves as the Orange County Regional Center Site Coordinator and full time teaching faculty for the Teacher Education Department. While at APU, she has served as Single Subject Program Director, TPA Lead Assessor Trainer, and is a former chair of the Teacher Education Department. She has more than 30 years of experience in public education as a teacher, program specialist, school principal, assistant director at the district office level, and program director at the County Office of Education. Much of Dr. Bradley’s research and practice has been centered on the dispositions and mentoring of teachers and school administrators. She also has extensive experience in staff development in the areas of Effective Instruction, Brain Research, Organization, Cooperative Learning, Directed Instruction and integrating technology. As a private consultant for schools and school districts, she has presented staff development workshops across the United States.

Education

Ed.D. – Organizational Leadership, University of LaVerne
M.A. – School Administration, California State University
B.S. – Education, Aurora University

Department

  • School of Education
    • Teacher Education

Courses Taught

EDUC 572 – Advanced Educational Psychology
TEP 505 – Educational Foundations and Classroom Experiences (K–8)
TEP 506 – Educational Foundations and Classroom Management (K–8)
TEP 507 – Educational Foundations and Classroom Experiences (7–12)
TEP 508 – Educational Foundations and Classroom Management (7–12)
TEP 525 – Clinical Experiences in Teaching Mathematics (K–8)
TEP 526 – Methods of Teaching Mathematics (K–8)
TEP 576A – Clinical Practice I (Student Teaching, K–8)
TEP 576B – Clinical Practice II (Student Teaching, K–8)
TEP 577A – Clinical Practice I (Contract Teaching, 7–12)
TEP 577B – Clinical Practice II and Seminar (Contract Teaching, 7–12)
TEP 581 – Brain Research and Learning: Using Brain Research to Improve Teaching and Learning
TEP 582 – Educational Psychology and Human Development in P–12 Education
TEP 585 – Intern Teaching Seminar (K–8)
TEP 586 – Student Teaching Seminar (K–8)
TEP 587 – Intern Teaching Seminar (7–12)
TEP 588 – Student Teaching Seminar (7–12)
EDL 583 – Educational Leadership and Change

Office Hours

Mondays and Wednesdays

Office Location

Orange County Regional Center, Suite 300

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