Tami Lincoln ED.D

Tami Lincoln ED.D

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF LIBERAL STUDIES

Contact

P (760) 490-6014

Tami Lincoln
Bio

I began my career in the high school classroom, and transitioned to the university to share real-world advice with future teachers. When I first began at the university, online teaching was the “next big thing”, and I quickly adjusted my practice to focus on meeting the needs of this new type of learner. I am excited to share my experiences in teaching and assessment at Brandman, and look forward to new challenges.

Outside of work, I am a wife of 19 years to my husband, James, and mother to Lauren (age 11), Audrey (age 8) and Charlie (age 2). I like to spend time in the outdoors with my family taking pictures, eating good food, and enjoying my blessings. 

Discipline
  • Liberal Studies
  • Language Acquisition, Children’s Literature, Education and Society in the 21st Century
Education
University of La Verne, La Verne, CA
Ed.D Organizational Leadership
Examining perceptions of teamness of first- and second-generation Mexican-American students enrolled in undergraduate, cohort-based, accelerated degree programs.
2010
Azusa Pacific University
M.A. Education: Curriculum and Instruction
2002
Azusa Pacific University
Professional CLEAR Single Subject Teaching Credential, English
2000
Azusa Pacific University
B.A. Psychology
1997
Professional Experience
CalTPA Coordinator, Internship Coordinator
Western Governors University, Online
Create and facilitate comprehensive CalTPA instruction and support system for large online university program
2010-2016
Liberal Studies Adjunct Faculty, Curriculum Specialist, Program Development Coordinator, Mentor
Azusa Pacific University College, Azusa, CA
Developed and delivered innovative curriculum for online and face-to-face students entering
2002-2016
English/AVID Teacher
Hesperia High School, Hesperia, CA
Instructed high school English (regular and Honors) and AVID classes
2002-2005