Georgina M David

Assistant Professor

Childhood Education, Literacy, and TESOL • College of Education & Human Services

Areas of Expertise

Education

D.Ed. Educational Leadership
University of North Florida
2006

Ed.S. Early Childhood Education (Summa cum laude)
University of Florida
1996

M.Ed. Educational Leadership
University of North Florida
1989

B.A. Elementary Education
Jacksonville University
1985

Biography

Dr. David, published children’s author, brings a creative perspective combined with over 25 years of educational experiences including classroom teaching, school administration, curriculum development and university teaching. She has a specialist degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Florida and a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from the University of North Florida.

She has designed arts-integrated curriculum as well as curriculum focused on facilitating social competence and building school readiness skills. She recently attended a week long Harvard Summer Institute focused on learning in and through the arts titled the Project Zero Classroom. As a children’s author, she has participated in Much Ado About Books, Florida Heritage Book Festival and the Cummer Museum Book Fair. She also enjoys making author visits to elementary schools and talking to children about writing.


Dr. David has presented at national and international conferences and her publications have appeared in Early Child Development and Care, Creativity Research Journal and Journal of Research in Childhood Education. Her primary research interests include social competence for young children and the potential impact of arts-integrated learning.

DavidContact Information

Building 57, Room 2205

(904) 620-1873

gdavid@unf.edu

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