behavior management

Tanzeah Sharpe

Tanzeah Sharpe, Professional Instructor, joined Ashland University in 2006 after having taught as an adjunct instructor for four years. Mrs. Sharpe has a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Walsh University, Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction in Early Childhood Education from Ashland University and is completing her Ed.D. in Leadership Studies at Ashland University. She has taught a variety of courses for both preschool through primary grade education, and is currently teaching education classes for assessment and evaluation of young children with special needs, early intervention and integration for young children with special needs. Ms. Sharpe is director of the workshop in teaching and intervention.

Dr. Amy Klinger

.Dr. Amy Klinger is an Associate Professor of Educational Administration at Ashland University and is the Director of Programs for the Educators' School Safety Network, a non-profit training organization. Her past experience includes 26 years of service as a teacher, central office administrator, building principal, and college professor. Dr. Klinger is a certified Department of Homeland Security Instructor, as well as a certified ALICE trainer. She conducts school and law enforcement based trainings in crisis management through ESSN as well as through the Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium, FEMA, and the Department of Homeland Security. She has recently completed the development of a two-day crisis management course and accompanying materials for FEMA and DHS entitled Crisis Management for School-Based Incidents for Key Decision Makers.

Dr. Klinger has conducted extensive research in the area of school safety and crisis planning and has developed lockdown enhancement, threat assessment, and parent reunification courses for school administrators, school staff members, and law enforcement officials. She authored the book, In Search of Safer Schools, published in 2009, along with other articles on school safety featured in national publications. She has presented at regional, national, and international education and law enforcement conferences on school safety and security issues. Dr. Klinger teaches graduate courses at Ashland University in educational administration areas such as leadership, finance, policy, human behavior, resource management, and community relations.

Dr. James Chapple

Dr. James Chapple, Assistant Professor, joined Ashland University in 2003. He was a recipient of an Academic Mentor Award in 2009. His areas of expertise include disabilities, working with children with disabilities and including children with disabilities in the general education classroom. Chapple holds a master of science degree from Bowling Green State University, a bachelor of science degree from Miami University and an Ed.D. degree from Ashland University.
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