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Dr.  Marcus  P.  Howell
Assistant Principal

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Assistant Principal

Adjunct Professor

  • Auburn University 2012-present

Education

    •    Enterprise High School - 1983 
    •    Troy State University - B.S. - History - 1987
    •    Troy State University - M.S. - History/Education -1989
    •    Auburn University - M.S. - Media Specialist - 1991
    •    Troy University (Dothan) - Certificate - Administration - 2005
    •    Auburn University  - AA Certificate in Administration - 2011
    •    Auburn University - Ph.D in Ed. Leadership - 2012

Refereed Talks at Professional Meetings

Broom, C. H., Wang, T., & Howell, M. P. (2009, December) Leaders and the impact they have on students of diversity. Presentation to the Small Learning Community Project, Auburn University.

Howell, M. P. (2010, October).Interactive Technology as an Avenue for Emerging Leadership. Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration (SRCEA), Savannah, Georgia.

Howell, M. P., & Reames, E. H., (2011, November) Educational Leadership Program Faculty as Technology Leaders: What Support Will They Need? Paper presentation to the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

Publications

Reames, E.H., Witte, M.M. & Howell, M. P. (2011). Engaging the adult learner through graduate learning communities. In V. C. X. Wang (Ed.) Encyclopedia of information communication technologies and adult education integration. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Howell, M. P., Reames, E. H., Andrzejewski, C., & Kensler, L. (2012). Teachers as technology leaders: A case study of a one-to-one laptop initiative. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama.

Howell, M. P., Reames, E. H., & Andrzejewski, C. (2012) Educational Leadership Program Faculty as Technology Leaders: What Support Will They Need. New Waves Journal for Educational Research and Development, 17(1),31-65.

Howell, M. P., Reames, E. H. (2014) Teacher technology leadership. In V. C. X. Wang (Ed.) Encyclopedia of information communication technologies and adult education integration. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Howell, M. P., Reames, E. H. (2016) Strategic leadership: The Windham elementary Chromebook initiative. In V. C. X. Wang (Ed.) Encyclopedia of strategic leadership and management. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Reviewer

Encyclopedia of Education and Technology in a Changing Society (2014). V.C.X Wang (Ed.). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Experience

Windham Elementary School - Assistant Principal - 2013 - present

Auburn University - Adjunct Graduate Faculty - EFLT Department - present


Hillcrest Elementary School - Media/Technologist - 11 years - 2002 - 2013

Zion Chapel School - Media/History Teacher - 11 years - 1991- 2002


Enterprise High School - History - Summer School - 1991


Houston County High - History/Economics - ½ year - 1989

 


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