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Dr. Tammy Haislip

Tammy Haislip

Assistant Professor
Department of Teacher Education and Social Work

Phone: (478) 471-2457

  • Macon - TEB - 325
    Phone: (478) 471-2457
Office Hours: Monday Electronic Office Hours (TEAMs)
Tuesday (Cochran & Macon)
Wednesday (Macon) 12:30-3:30 and 3:30-(Advising)
Thursday (Macon) 12:00-4:00
Friday Electronic Office Hours (TEAMs)
Biography: Dr. Tammy Haislip is a passionate teacher-educator who found her calling after serving in the United States Navy. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education with a minor in history from East Texas State University, a Master of Science in educational software and information systems from Texas A& M University, and a Doctorate of Education in curriculum and instruction from Bob Jones University. Her first teaching experience was a return to her high school alma mater in rural east Texas. There she taught 11th grade World History and spent one class period a day teaching literacy to 9-12 graders who had difficulty navigating the content area textbooks. After 5 years in secondary education, she accepted a position at an elementary school teaching 3rd grade. Following this, she moved into a new position of traveling to regional Title 1 schools to serve identified gifted students. The program was called Socrates and the technology-driven curriculum was developed by Dr. Haislip. In 2003, she was named one of the top three Teachers of the Year for the state of Texas.

Dr. Haislip began teaching in the College of Education at Bob Jones University in Greenville, SC in 2006, and in 2014, she moved to Anderson University where she accepted the position of Coordinator of Elementary Education, and then Department Chair of Graduate Programs. In 2016, she was awarded the South Carolina Excellence in Teaching Award for professors in private colleges and universities. She is honored to be a member of the education faculty at Middle Georgia State University and has enjoyed working with the BEST future teachers in the state!
Courses: Technology in the Classroom ESE3400
Development of the Whole Child ESE3410
Reading and Multiple Literacies EDUC5003
Curriculum and Educational Assessment ESE3540
Foundation of Teaching and Learning EDUC5100
Social Studies Design of Interdisciplinary Curriculum ESE3800
Reading in Multiple Literacies EDUC3100
Methods of Teaching and Assessment EDUC5004
Education: Associate of Arts (Longview Community College)
Bachelor of Science (East Texas State University)
Master of Science (Texas A & M University)
Doctorate of Education (Bob Jones University)
CV: Assistant Professor School of Education and Behavioral SciencesMiddle Georgia State UniversityMacon, GA August 2019-PresentSchool of Education faculty member advising students and teaching courses for the ESCE, ESE, and MAT programs.Instructor for Technology in the Classroom ECSE3400Instructor for Development of the Whole Child ECSE3410Instructor for Reading and Multiple Literacies EDUC5003Professor Department Chair, Graduate ProgramsAnderson University, College of EducationAnderson, SC 2014-May 2019Department Chair, Graduate Programs (2016-2019) Responsible for writing SC state department reports, SPA reports, and NCATE institutional reports for accreditation; hiring/supervising adjuncts, lecturers, and professors in the graduate school; writing grants for the COE and Center for Innovation and Digital Learning; training faculty in technology and innovative methods.Develop and teach courses for graduate (M.Ed.-Administration and Supervision, M.A.T.) level programs.• 2016 SC Higher Education Excellence in Teaching Award • SCTS ADEPT 4.0 Certified Trainer• Coordinator of Elementary Education (2015-2016)• Instructor for The Constructivist Teacher (EDU502)• Instructor for Social Studies Methods (EDU531)• Instructor for Educational Psychology (EDU526) • Instructor for Best Practices I and II (EDU516/518)Professor, Bob Jones UniversityGreenville, SC 2006-2014Chaired/member doctoral committees. Develop and teach graduate and undergraduate level courses. Technology mentor and instructor responsible for training faculty and for teaching students how to integrate technology in the classroom. Helped develop monthly training seminars (faculty and Greenville County teachers) for iPad integration using the World Cafe Model (iTeach Cafe). Supervised student teachers in Greenville County Public Schools.• Instructor for Technology in Education (ED 667)• Instructor for Foundations in Instructional Technology (ED 300)• Instructor for Technology in the Classroom (ED 301)• Instructor for Educational Assessments (Ed 562)• Instructor for Teaching Reading in the Content Areas (SE 606)• Instructor for Corrective Reading Techniques (SE 609)• Instructor for Teaching Social Studies (EE 301)• Instructor for Early Childhood Teaching Social Studies (EC 307)• Instructor for Teaching Reading in the Content Areas (SE/MSE 342)
Professional Experience: Public School (15 years)
Higher Education (14 years)
Professional Affiliations: ISTE

● International Society for Technology Education (ISTE)
● South Carolina Association of Teacher Educators (SCATE)
● International Literacy Association (ILA) (SCIRA) (GCIRA)
● College Reading Association (CRA)
● Association For supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)
● Texas Computer Educators Association (TCEA)
● Technology Coordinators Special Interest Group (TECSIG)
Awards and Honors: 2003 Teacher of the Year (Texas) State Finalist
2016 Excellence in Teaching Award (SC Higher Education)
Publications: REVIEWS
Haislip, T. (October, 2017). 2018 National Youth-At-Risk Conference in Savannah, GA. Presentation reviewer.

Haislip, T. (October, 2017). External Reviewer for University of South Carolina-Aiken, College of Education, Faculty Promotion.

Haislip, T. (May, 2011). Exploring Attitudes Toward Technology Innovation in Teaching Practices Among Faculty [in Higher Education]. Dissertation

Haislip, T. & Stegall, J.B. (June, 2018). Dynamic Bridges for Learning: Maximize Learning for Struggling Students through Technology. Session presented at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference, Chicago, IL.

Stegall, J.B. & Haislip, T. (November, 2017). Building Bridges Through Technology. Session presented at the Council for Exceptional Children, Teacher Education Division (TED) 2017, Savannah, GA.

Haislip, T. & Stegall, J.B. (November, 2017). Building Bridges Through Technology. Session presented at the annual SC Teacher Education Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Haislip, T. (October, 2017). Dynamic Teaching through Community Service Problem-based Learning. Roundtable session presented at the annual South Carolina Association of Teacher Educators (SCATE) 2017, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC.

Haislip, T. (July, 2017). Keynote Speaker: Diffusion of Innovation. SC Center of Excellence for Mobile Learning. Bleckley Inn, Anderson, SC.

Haislip, T. (July, 2016). Transform Your Classroom Using Problem-based Strategies and Technology. Session presented at the annual Upstate Technology Conference (UTC) 2016, Greenville, SC.

Haislip, T. (October, 2016). Transform Your Courses Using Problem-based Strategies in a Modified World Café Approach. Session presented at the annual South Carolina Association of Teacher Educators (SCATE) 2016, Columbia College, Columbia, SC.

Haislip, T. & Hartman, J. (February, 2015). Technology in the Elementary Classroom and Technology in the Secondary Classroom. Faculty Educational Technology Training (2 days). Hanalani Schools, Mililani, HI.

Haislip, T. (July, 2015). World Café + Technology Integration=Maximized Learning Environments. Session presented at the annual Upstate Technology Conference (UTC) 2015, Greenville, SC.

Haislip, T. (September, 2014). Technology for Secondary Classrooms. Session presented at the West Virginia Christian School Conference, Charlottesville, WV.

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