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FACULTY + STAFF

Melissa Andreoli
Clinical Coordinator
andreoli@uwp.edu

Mary Henderson
University Services Program Associate
hendersm@uwp.edu

Dr. Maria Franshaw
Assistant Professor
franshaw@uwp.edu

Dr. Gregory Cramer
Assistant Professor
cramerg@uwp.edu

Dr. Sandra Moats
Department Chair
moats@uwp.edu

Dr. Sarah Wilkinson
Assistant Professor
wilkinss@uwp.edu

Dr. Courtney Lopas
Assistant Professor
lopasc@uwp.edu

 

Pa Houa Yang
Advisor
yangp@uwp.edu

Dr. Shannon Prince
Assistant Professor
prince@uwp.edu

Dr. Dana Ryan
Director of Advanced Professional Development
Certification Officer
ryand@uwp.edu

Highlights

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    Melissa Andreoli
    Clinical Coordinator
    andreoli@uwp.edu | 262-595-2100

    Melissa Andreoli worked for 18 years as a teacher, dean, and coach in K-12 public schools in southeastern Wisconsin before coming to UW-Parkside. As the Clinical Coordinator, she fosters relationships with local area school districts and community organizations. The foundation of these relationships is to provide Teacher Education students with enriching on-site clinical experiences in preparation for their teaching careers.

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    Dr. Gregory Cramer
    Assistant Professor
    cramer@uwp.edu | 262-595-2913 

    Dr. Gregory Cramer taught ESL and Bilingual Social Studies—World History, U.S. History, World Geography, and Civics—for 15 years in Milwaukee Public Schools. He also taught drama and music and led student plays and musical groups. His areas of research interest are bilingualism and biliteracy, graphic novels for bilingual/ESL students, and immigrant students in U.S. schools.

  • Maria Franshaw

    Dr. Maria Franshaw
    Assistant Professor
    franshaw@uwp.edu | 262-595-3063

    Dr. Maria Franshaw was a school mathematics educator for three decades. She taught secondary and middle grades students and methods for undergraduate and graduate students, wrote K-12 curriculum, and led PK-9 professional development locally, regionally, and nationally. Her dynamic scholarly agenda includes research resulting in learner-impactful responses to pre-service and in-service teachers’ mathematical and pedagogical content knowledge, programmatic early algebraic reasoning, early childhood home and community mathematics experiences, and parent math education.

  • Sandra Moats

    Dr. Sandra Moats
    Department Chair
    moats@uwp.edu | 262-595-2341

    Dr. Sandra Moats is an associate professor of history and the chair of the Teacher Education department. She has been at Parkside since 2004 and has also chaired the History Department and the Women's studies program. Her first book focused on presidential ceremony in the early republic (Northern Illinois University Press, 2010), and her forthcoming book addresses the Neutrality Proclamation of 1793 (University of Virginia Press, 2021).

  • Shannon Prince

    Dr. Shannon Prince
    Assistant Professor
    prince@uwp.edu | 262-595-2152

    Dr. Shannon Prince received her Ph.D. in Teacher Education from Michigan State University. She taught secondary English Language Arts in central Ohio for five years. She teaches courses in secondary literacy, content area reading, and secondary education. Her research interests include new literacies, teaching with technology, secondary literacy, and English Language Arts teacher education. 

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    Dr. Dana Ryan
    Director of Advanced Professional Development, Certification Officer
    ryand@uwp.edu | 262-585-2309

    Dr. Dana Ryan holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, Literacy Studies, from UW-Madison and has spent over a decade in higher education preparing educators at the undergraduate and graduate levels, specializing in the teaching of reading and elementary literacy. She partners with local school districts to create opportunities for educator professional development, including the creation and administration of the STAR Program in collaboration with Racine Unified School District. Her research interests include children’s independent book choice and the development and maintenance of classroom libraries. 

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    Dr. Sarah Wilkinson
    Assistant Professor
    wilkinss@uwp.edu | 262-595-2063

    Dr. Sarah Wilkinson taught high school history in traditional and alternative settings for 11 years in Massachusetts. She completed her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology (focused on special education) at the University of Connecticut. Her research interests include preparing all teachers to work effectively with students with disabilities, developing classroom management practices that support both behavior and academic instruction, and enhancing strategies for students with or at risk for emotional and behavioral disorders.

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    Pa Houa Yang
    Advisor
    yangp@uwp.edu | 262-595-2290

    Pa Houa Yang advises all of the education students pursuing a major within the Institute of Professional Educator Development. Her experience includes advising and teaching freshman seminars at Blackhawk Technical College, Carthage College, and UW-Parkside, and she has worked with First Year Experience and Career and Leadership Development at UW-Whitewater. Pa Houa also brings experience from the not-for-profit sector, where she served historically underrepresented and underserved students in the K-12 system. She holds a B.S. in Educational Studies with a concentration in Youth Leadership from UW-Milwaukee and an M.S.Ed. in Professional Development with a concentration in Higher Education Leadership from UW-Whitewater.

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