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Dr. Everett Singleton

Dr. Everett Singleton

Email

Office

222 Brown Hall

Phone

660.562.1443
660.562.1561 (fax)

Joined Northwest in 2017


Assistant Professor


Education

  • Ph.D. Higher Education Leadership; Colorado State University
    • Dissertation: Educational Experiences: Voices of Incarcerated Male Youth
  • M.Ed. Urban Education; University of North Carolina
  • M.A.Ed. Secondary Education; Union University
  • B.S. Health & Physical Education; Middle Tennessee State University
  • PreK-12 Instructional Leadership License (ILL); University of Tennessee

Courses Taught

  • 61-260: Secondary Teaching Practicum I
  • 61-569: Multiculturalism in Education
  • 61-615: Organizing for Learning
  • 61-642: Multicultural Education for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
  • 61-668: Practicum in School Leadership: K-12 (Capstone)
  • 61-742: K-12 Internship
  • 62-111: Ecology of Teaching
  • 62-112: Developmental Foundations
  • 62-113: Professional Learning Community I
  • 62-114: Introduction to Curriculum and Instruction
  • 62-115: Principles of Assessment
  • 62-116: Professional Learning Community II
  • 62-119: Professional Learning Community III

Academic Interests

  • Poverty and its Impact on Education
  • Educational Access for Underrepresented Students
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Higher Ed. Leadership

Scholarly Activity

  • Co-Presenter (2021, March). “Educational Empathy: Youth Trauma and Cradle to Prison Pipeline”, Missouri Associate of Colleges for Teacher Education (MACTE). Virtual.
  • Co-Presenter (2021, February). “Intersectionality and Compassion Infused into Preparation Program: Here’s How”, Presented at the American Association for Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). Virtual.
  • Singleton, E. (2021). Educational Experiences: Voices of Incarcerated Male Youth & School-to-Prison Pipeline. Journal of Applied Juvenile Justice. http://npjs.org/jajjs/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/1.-Singleton-Final.pdf 
  • Co-Presenter (2020, October). “Building Compassionate Teachers: Using Intersectionality to Infuse Justice and Inclusivity into Content and Field Experiences”, Teacher Education Council of State Colleges and Universities (TECSCU). Virtual.
  • Co-Presenter (2020, October). “Advancing Equity Through Dynamic K-12 Partnerships”, Teacher Education Council of State Colleges and Universities (TECSCU). Virtual.
  • Co-Presenter (2020, October). “The Value of Compassionate Teachers: Using Intersectionality to Cultivate Justice and Inclusivity into Coursework”, Missouri Associate of Colleges for Teacher Education (MACTE). Virtual.
  • Co-Presenter (2019, October). “Advancing Equity through Dynamic PK-12 Partnerships that Create Richer and More Diverse Clinical Experiences: A Case Story that Highlights this Process at a Midwest University” Presented at the Teacher Education Council of State Colleges and Universities (TECSCU), New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Panel Presentation, Evidence of Effectiveness: Quality, Partnerships, and Social Justice, Teacher Education Council of State Colleges and Universities (TECSCU), October 8, 2019, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • AAQEP Presentation, Lenses of Educator Preparation Program Quality: Faculty, Dean, and Commissioner views of AAQEP Standards and Evidence, Teacher Education Council of State Colleges and Universities (TECSCU), October 8, 2019, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Panel Member, Equity Lab Initiative for Administrator Preparation Programs: Re-Envisioning Administrator Preparation Programs to Promote Equity and Excellence, Missouri Professors of Educational Administration (MPEA), April 26, 2019, Columbia, Missouri.
  • Co-Presenter (2019, February). “Sustaining and advancing the professional through renewal: Developing Earlier, richer clinical experiences through dynamic PK-12 partnerships which expand diversity”. Presented at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). Louisville, Kentucky
  • Smith, L. G., Woods, S., Rich, G., Singleton, E., & Wall, T. (2019).The Impact of Program Redesign on Partnerships and Clinical Practice. Educational Renaissance, 8(1). https://educationalrenaissance.org/index.php/edren/article/view/127/129
  • Co-Presenter (2018, March). “Impact of Field Experiences on Candidate Perceptions.” Presented at the Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (MACTE), Columbia, Missouri.
  • Co-Presenter (2018, October). “Leading through change: Considerations and inspiration for a complete redesign of educator preparation programs at Northwest Missouri State University”. Presented at the Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (MACTE), Columbia, Missouri.
  • Co-Presenter (2018, October). “Redesigned Partnerships as a Result of Redesigned Education Preparation Program’. Presented at the Teacher Education Council of State Colleges and Universities (TECSCU), Charleston, South Carolina.
  • Co-Presenter (2018, October). “Partnerships, Clinical Practice and a High-Quality Teacher Workforce: Meeting National Educator Preparation Standards in the Context of Rural Educator Preparation”. Presented at the Teacher Education Council of State Colleges and Universities (TECSCU), Charleston, South Carolina.

Chapter Publications

  • Singleton, E. (2019). Higher Education: Student Evaluation and Assessment Black Male Faculty.  In Lucero, E. & Maes, J., (Ed.) Case Studies in Equity, Diversity & Inclusion in Higher Education: An Intersectional Perspective. Kendall Hunt

Student Group Advisement

  • Black Student Union (BSU)

Other Professional Experiences

  • School Principal, Tennessee Department of Children Services Education
  • School Teacher, Tennessee Department of Children Services Education
  • Youth Counselor, Tennessee Department of Children Services