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Master Clinicians

Master Clinicians are expert teachers who have had a variety of teaching experiences in P-12 schools as well as higher education. They serve as liaisons to promote positive relationships between local school systems and universities. Master clinicians share their expertise by teaching field-based courses, working with teacher mentors, conducting workshops and seminars, facilitating performance assessments, and providing leadership for teacher candidates during their year of residency. By demonstrating research-based practices and helping to improve student outcomes, master clinicians prepare and equip future teachers to have a positive impact on student performance from the first time they enter the classroom.

Mrs. Judy Castleberry
Claxton 215  

Mrs. Lynnell Darden
Claxton 223 

 

Revised 10/7/17