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Dr. Gregory Rich

Dr. Gregory Rich

Email

Office

206 Brown Hall

Phone

660.562.1772
816.826.6055 (cell)

Curriculum Vitae

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Joined Northwest in 2013


Associate Professor

Director of Field Experiences


Education

  • Ed.D. Educational Leadership; University of Missouri - Columbia, 2008
  • Ed Specialist; University of Central Missouri, 1997
  • Ed Masters; University of Central Missouri, 1995
  • B.S. Education; Tulsa University, 1984

Courses Taught

  • EDCU 61-360 Secondary Practicum II
  • EDUC 61-633 Curriculum Design
  • EDUC 61-623 Relational School Leadership
  • EDUC 61-681 School and Community Relations
  • EDUC 61-668 K-12 Capstone Practicum
  • EDUC 61742 Internship

Academic Interests

  • Field and Clinical Experiences
  • Teacher Candidates as the Teacher of Record
  • Northwest Missouri State University School of Education Redesign

Scholarly Activity

  • Ingraham, N., Rich, G., & Christenson, S. (2019).  Impacts of Real-Time Captioning in an Elementary Spanish-Language Classroom. National Social Science Association [Acceptance rate – 12-15%]. (Rich contributions - 45%)
  • Smith, L., Wood, S., Rich, G., Singleton, E., & Wall, T.J. (2019). Featured Article: The Impact of Program Redesign on Partnerships and Clinical Practice. Educational Renaissance, (2019). [Acceptance rate – 50%] (Rich contribution – 20%)
  • Rich, G., Smith, L., & Alexander, K. (2020). Featured Article: Teacher Candidates as Teacher of Record   Assist Partner School Districts Address the Teacher Shortage. Educational Renaissance, (2020). [Acceptance Rate – 50%] (Rich Contributions – 40%) 

Presentations

  • 10 State Presentations
  • 1 Regional Presentations
  • 8 National Presentations

Other Professional Experiences

  • Associate Superintendent / Director - Hickman Mills C-1 School District (2005 – 2013)
    • Supervised all secondary education programs within the district including supervising building level administrators, curriculum revision and development, and student discipline.  In addition, oversaw numerous financial budgets, grants, and title programs.
  • High School Principal / Assistant Principal - Excelsior Springs School District (1998 – 2005)
    • Principal - instructional leader for the building, which included approximately 95 faculty members and 900 students.
    • Assistant Principal – specific duties and responsibilities assigned by the principal. For example, student discipline, teacher supervision, and other day-to-day operation.
  • Secondary Teacher / Elem Teacher - Kearney School District (1988 – 1998)
    • High School Social Studies Teacher from 1990 – 1998.
    • Elementary Self-Contained Sixth Grade Teacher 1988-90.
  • Teacher - Excelsior Springs School District (1984 – 1998)
    • Elementary Physical Education Teacher @ Wyman Elementary School 1984-87.
    • High School American History Teacher from 1987-88.