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Glen Green, Ed.D.

Program Director, M.A. in Education: Special Education
Assistant Professor, Department of Teacher Education
Phone: (626) 815-5371
Email: ggreen@apu.edu
Glen Green, Ed.D., has a long history with Azusa Pacific University. He is a graduate of APU’s doctoral program in educational leadership, and beginning teaching as an adjunct professor in the Department of Education in 1996. He now serves as the director of the M.A.Ed. in Special Education program after retiring from teaching in public schools, where he worked with adolescent special-needs students for 34 years. His research interests include the disposition of compassion applied to student suffering in order to be an agent of resiliency and redemption. He is also passionate about transforming school culture by examining the identity formation of those serving the educational community.

Education

Ed.D., Educational Leadership, Azusa Pacific University
M.Ed., Special Education: Learning Disabilities, California State University, Los Angeles
B.A., Sociology, Occidental College

Credentials/Certifications
Specialist: Learning Handicapped (Disabilities), Life, State of California
Single Subject: Social Science, Life, State of California
Administrative Services Credential, Clear, State of California
Certificate of Completion (SB 395–ELD/SDAIE), State of California

Department

  • School of Education
    • Teacher Education

Expertise

  • Research Methodology (Quantitative and Qualitative)
  • Teacher Dispositions/Compassion Education
  • Transforming School Culture

Courses Taught

EDL 581 – Research and Leadership
EDL 582 – Cornerstones of Educational Leadership
EDL 586 – Leadership Performance Assessment
EDUC 526 – Capstone Experience in Educational Technology and Learning
EDUC 554 – Instructional Principles and Practices
EDUC 571 – Curriculum Foundations
EDUC 572 – Advanced Educational Psychology
EDUC 573 – Philosophy/Ethics and History of Education
EDUC 575 – Educational Research, Statistics, and Program Evaluation
SPED 536 – Rtl/Brain-based Teaching and Learning: Reading and Written Language Arts Disorders
SPED 565A – Field Experience I (K–12)
SPED 565B – Field Experience II (K–12)
SPED 571 – Student Teaching I (K–8)
SPED 581 – Historical and Philosophical Perspectives of Disabilities Studies
SPED 582 – Theories of Learning and Research in Disabilities Studies
SPED 583 – Current Trends in Curriculum and Disabilities Studies

Office Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 12–5 p.m.

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