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Barbara J. Flory, Ed.D.

Interim Director, High Desert Regional Center
Assistant Professor, Department of Teacher Education
Clinical Placements Coordinator
Phone: (760) 952-1765, Ext. 2289
Email: bflory@apu.edu
Fax: (760) 952-1734
Barbara J. Flory, Ed.D., is the faculty and site coordinator for multiple and single subject credential programs at the High Desert Regional Center. Prior to joining the Department of Teacher Education in February 2010, Flory spent 38 years in public school education in Indiana as an elementary and gifted and talented education teacher, elementary principal, district curriculum coordinator, and superintendent of schools. She also was an adjunct faculty member in Indiana Wesleyan University’s master of education program for five years. Throughout her public school career, and especially as an administrator, Flory had a consistent focus on curriculum development and improvement of instruction. She planned and delivered professional development and training of teachers in the backward design model of curriculum development (Understanding by Design), curriculum mapping, power standards, assessments, differentiated instruction, response to intervention, the three-tier framework, and mathematics intervention.

Education

Ed.D., Ball State University
Ed.S., Ball State University
M.S., Indiana University
B.A., Manchester College

Credentials/Certifications
Certification in Elementary School Administration, Indiana University
Certification in Gifted Education, Purdue University

Department

  • School of Education
    • Teacher Education

Courses Taught

TEG 504 – Organization and Leadership in Gifted and Talented Programs
TEP 515 – Clinical Experiences in Teaching Reading and Writing (K–8)
TEP 516 – Methods of Teaching Reading and Writing (K–8)
TEP 525 – Clinical Experiences in Teaching Mathematics (K–8)
TEP 526 – Methods of Teaching Mathematics (K–8)
TEP 545 – Clinical Experiences with Integrating the Humanities (K–8)
TEP 546 – Methods of Integrating the Humanities (K–8)
TEP 585 – Intern Teaching Seminar (K–8)
TEP 586 – Student Teaching Seminar (K–8)
TEP 589 – Introduction to Research for the P–12 Educational Setting

Office Hours

Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, 3–6:30 p.m.

Office Location

High Desert Regional Center, Suite 200

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