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Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina, Certification, Developmental Education Specialist - 1992
University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with cognates in Reading & Cognitive Psychology - 1988
University of Houston, Houston, Texas, M. Ed. in Curriculm and Instruction - 1973
Claflin College, Orangeburg, South Carolina, B.S. Ed. Elementary Education - 1971
Working with young men and women to enhance their self development skills and sense of empowerment to become contributing members of society. I believe that when a person is empowered and accept the responsibility for self, he/she will take owernership for growth according to the plan and purpose for life.
Serving as a proficient mentor, listening and sharing young people with defining their professional and personal goals and information with young people, assisting them with designing and developing future goals and objectives.
Felder Wilson, Margaret, Information Booklet For Prospective Teachers- Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers by Bridging the Gap ( A Booklet for Teacher Education Majors), South Carolina State University, Orangeburg, South Carolina 2009, 2011
Felder Wilson, Margaret, (2009, 2012). The Admission Procedures For A Teacher Education Program, (A Booklet for Teacher Education Majors), South Carolina State University, Orangeburg, South Carolina
Felder Wilson, Margaret, (2002, 2006). What About Booklet: Most Frequently Asked Questions By New Students and Their Parents, (A Booklet for New Students, Parents, Guardians), South Carolina State, Orangeburg, South Carolina
Felder, Margaret, (1997). Education Talent Search Project at South Carolina State University (A Proposal) US Department of Education, Office of secendary Education, Washington, District of Columbia
Felder, Margaret, (1996). Phase-Out of Developmental Education at South Carolina State University, (The Phase-out of Basic Skills Education at the Higher Education Level, South Carolina Commission on Highere Education in Compliance with SC Act 629. Columbia, South Carolina, 1996
My teaching experiences have ranged from middle school to the collegiate level, to include the technical college and higher education at the four-year institutions. The majority of my work included literacy skills, diagnostic and prescriptive teaching strategies and reading processing skills.
Currently, I am teaching RED: 206 - Language Arts and Literature Methods and Strategies
RED: 511 - Instructional Learning Methods in Reading
RED: 507 - Advanced Teaching of Reading in the Elementary School