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Monica Huband, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor, School of Education

mhuband@liberty.edu
(434) 592-4365

 

Education

  • Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership/Instructional Leadership, Grand Canyon University
  • MAT in Elementary Education, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • BA in English, Virginia Commonwealth University

 

Courses Taught

  • EDUC 416 Diagnostic Measurement and Evaluation
  • EDUC 632 – Language Acquisition and Instruction
  • EDUC 410 – Elementary Curriculum
  • EDUC 411 – Elementary Curriculum Practicum
  • EDUC 624 – Behavior Management
  • EDUC 623 – Principles of Behavior Management
  • EDUC 225 – Instructional Design: Elementary
  • EDUC 226 – Instructional Design: Elementary Practicum
  • EDUC 641 – Supervision of Instruction
  • EDUC 741 – Theories of Educational Leadership
  • EDUC 989 – Dissertation Writing and Research

 

Professional Memberships

  • KDP
  • ASCD
  • ISTE
  • VA-ATE

 

Biography

Monica Huband serves as a full-time assistant professor of education at Liberty University and is the Program Director for the MAT Program. She` began her career in education in 2005, and has specialized in elementary education with a focus on urban education. She has taught in public, private, and charter schools in Virginia, Colorado, and North Carolina. After many years of classroom teaching, Dr. Huband transitioned into teacher education at Liberty University. Today, Dr. Huband enjoys serving as the faculty sponsor for the Urban Education Club, supervising student teachers, and teaching courses related to elementary curriculum and behavior management.

 

Publications

  • Huband, M. (2015). School calendar and academic achievement: The influence on students from low socioeconomic backgrounds (Doctoral Dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 3684965).
  • Huband, M. (2017). School calendar and the socioeconomic achievement gap. International Journal of Business and Applied Social Sciences, 3(12), 31-38.

 

Research Interests

  • Urban Education
  • Students from low socioeconomic backgrounds
  • The impact of poverty on students’ academic and social progress
  • Classroom placement of multiple birth siblings