Who are the University Supervisors?
Supervisors are full- or part-time university faculty members who have experience teaching in public schools in grades 7-12. Supervisors serve as liaisons between cooperating schools and the Secondary Education Program. They work closely with mentor teachers to support apprentice teachers throughout their practice teaching and to evaluate apprentice teachers' performances in meeting the beginning teaching standards. For supervisor contact information, contact the School of Education Office, (707) 826-5867.
Note: Additional information is available in the SED Handbook.
|Mark Adams||English and Science|
|Heather Ballinger||Social Science|
|Bob Fisher||Social Science|
|Ron Maher||Phys. Educ. & Science|
|Gayle Olson-Raymer||Social Science|
|Nick Parker||Physical Education|