Joan Johnson, B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D.
Dr. Hoskins is among ten professors from Regent University who collaborated on The Secret Kingdom for Educators. This book will help educators tap into the kingdom of God as they go about their day-to-day activities as teachers and leaders in public, private, or home-school settings. Learn more>>
Dr. Johnson is currently serving as Assistant Professor of Education. Her teaching duties include course development and instruction in areas of Character Development, Multicultural Education, and At-Risk Student Assessment and Instruction. Prior to her position with Regent University, she served three years as Assistant Professor for the University of Evansville, Indiana. Dr. Johnson was responsible for supervision of student teachers and teaching undergraduate courses in Elementary Language Arts.
Dr. Johnson earned her doctorate in Urban Education Administration from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, a M.Ed. in Educational Counseling from the University of Virginia, and holds a BS in Psychology from James Madison University. Dr. Johnson has extensive experience in the facilitation of growth and development for children, ranging from her role as juvenile probation counselor to elementary school teacher. Her research interest and expertise include pre-service teacher education, curriculum and instruction development, learning styles, moral and intellectual development, and diversity/multicultural training. View Dr. Johnson' vita>>
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