Michelle Rauch, Ed.D.
Online Implementation and Program Development
Doctor of Education, Organizational Leadership & Higher Education, Grand Canyon University
Master of Arts in Education, Curriculum & Instruction, University of Phoenix
Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, Arizona State University
Dr. Rauch has a lengthy background in teaching & learning, while developing both graduate & online programs since 2005. From this point, designing & leading a Montessori and working on graduate education. In addition, she taught in the graduate programs, supervised student teachers, & researched. Upon early completion of her doctoral, she developed ASU’s online program in the College of Education. Moving forward, taught as an adjunct here at ACU in the English Department. In 2017, she began developing the online program, but now works with both Evening & Online, professional development, and academics.
Rauch (2015). The Leader and Their Abilities; Becoming Knowledgeable in Temperament and Resiliency.
Rauch (2016). Student Retention; How We Retain Retention in the Classrooms Today.
Currently in progress: Innovation Strategies & Differentiation. Originally was focused in K-8, but I have modified to focus on adult learners as well.