Lisa K Ross

Instructor

Education & Human Services Administration • College of Education & Human Services

Areas of Expertise

Education

Master's degree in early childhood and elementary education from New York University, 1992

Bachelor's degree (psychology major) from Washington University, 1988

Currently working on a second Master's degree in Reading Education, University of Missouri

Biography

I have been teaching at University of North Florida for five years.  I have taught Introduction to Education (EDF1005) and Classroom Management and Communication (EDG4410).  I've worked with interns in both St. John's County and Duval County.  Prior to that I taught at University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  I've taught first, second and third grades in Brooklyn, New York, Falls Church, Virginia, and Charlotte, North Carolina.  I love working with a diverse student population, and when I taught second grade in Virginia most of my students were learning English as their second language.  I was one of the first 900 teachers in the country to earn National Board Certification.

My husband and I have two daughters, ages 11 and 9.  There is a lot of drama in our house!  We also have a gorgeous yellow lab who we adopted through Lab Rescue of Florida.  We are currently fostering a sweet and gentle black lab through Lab Rescue.

RossContact Information

Building 57, Room 2328

(904) 620-1790

l.ross.81894@unf.edu