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Mary Ann Jordan
Mary Ann Jordan

Mary Ann Jordan, Ed.D.

Clinical Faculty Member
Master of Science Degree/Principal Certification Program Coordinator
Educational Administration Department


Baylor University
School of Education, Educational Administration
Office: Marrs McLean Science Building 124
Phone: 254-710-6107
Fax: 254-710-3115
Email: MaryAnn_Jordan@baylor.edu

Degrees:
Doctorate of Education, 2007, University of North Texas, Denton, TX.
Master of Science, 1994, Texas A&M University, Kingsville, TX
Bachelor of Arts, 1970, Baylor University, Waco, TX

Awards/Presentations:
Invited presenter at Delta Kappa Gamma, Waco, Texas, February 2013. Studies/Summer Institute in England.
Presenter at University of Oxford, Oxford, England. Oxford Round Table. August 2012. "A Study of the Leadership Qualities of Boudica, Warrior Queen of the Iceni" Forum on Public Policy.
Invited presentation at University of Oxford, Oxford, England, to study Women in History: Against All Odds. August 2012.
Delta Kappa Gamma International recognition, Chicago, Illinois, Summer 2008
Attendance at University of Oxford, , Oxford England, to study "The Dynamics of Modern School Leadership," July 2007
International monetary grant award from Delta Kappa Gamma
Distinguished Administrator for Region 14, presented at Annual Migrant Conference, Abilene TX
Most Outstanding Teacher, John Marshall High School, San Antonio TX

Philosophy:
Teach to the heart and mind of the student, not just to the subject matter.

Courses Taught
EDA 5357 Community Relations
EDA 5353 The Principalship: Elementary and Secondary
EDA 5344 School Business Management and Finance
EDA 5305 International and Comparative Education
EDA 5129 Folio Assessment and Professional Development
EDA 5V64 Internship in School

Other:
Hold secondary mathematics, secondary English, Mid-Management Administrator, and Superintendent certifications.
Served in a variety of schools: early childhood through 12th grade; inner city to suburban to rural; student populations of from 60 to 3700 students.
International Community of Christians in Teacher Education.
Baylor University: Serve as Faculty Senator 2010 to present. Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Undergraduate Admissions Committee.
School of Education: Leadership Council, International Studies/Experiences Committee, Professional Development Executive Committee, Curriculum Committee, Graduate Education Advisory Council, Awards Committee, Sabbatical and Research Leave Task Force.
Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration
Phi Delta Kappa International
Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education