Margaret Scott is an assistant professor in the Department of Leadership, Research, & Foundations at UCCS. She graduated with a doctorate in Educational Leadership from The University of Arizona in August, 2012. Prior to that she spent 30 years in K-12 public education, 10 of those as an elementary school administrator with experience in a large urban district at a variety of schools-a bilingual receiving school, an ESL receiving school, a gifted receiving school, and a school in school improvement. Her research interests are the use of dialogue and reflection for the purpose of instructional improvement, with a particular focus on how data collected from classroom walkthroughs can facilitate this process.
Ed.D, Educational Leadership University of Arizona, 2012
MA, Bilingual Education University of Arizona, 1988
BS, Elementary Education Northern Arizona University, 1982
LEAD 5070 Human Resources Development
LEAD 5450 The Principalship
LEAD 5700 Introduction to Research and Statistics
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