Stacey Bose, Ed.D.
Director of Accreditation, School of Education
- Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, Lehigh University
- M.Ed. in Reading, East Stroudsburg University
- B.S. in Bible, Elementary Education, Clarks Summit University
- EDUC 317 Reading and Language Arts Practicum
- EDUC 318 Teaching Elementary Reading
- EDUC 622 Assessment & Intervention
- EDUC 645 Foundations for Educational Leaders
- EDUC 659 Foundations and Theories of Literacy Instruction
- International Literacy Association
- Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers
- Professors of Literacy and Teacher Education
- Virginia State Reading Association
- Virginia College Reading Educators
- Specialized Literacy Professionals, ILA Special Interest Group
- Virginia Professors of Education Leadership
Dr. Stacey Bose serves as an assistant professor in the School of Education at Liberty University. She began her teaching career as an elementary education teacher and later pursued certification as a reading specialist and K-12 principal. She has worked in Christian and public schools in the United States and international schools in South Korea, Brazil, Panama, and Ecuador. After more than twenty years in K-12 education, Dr. Bose transitioned to teacher education at Liberty University. Today, she enjoys teaching literacy to pre-service teachers and graduate students. She believes teaching is a high-calling and feels blessed to have the opportunity to train the next generation of teachers to be Champions for Christ in the USA and around the world.
- Bose. S. (2018). Phonics and phonemic awareness in a teacher preparation program: An analysis of the achievement and perceptions of pre-service teachers. Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers Yearbook, 40, 347-365.
- Bose, S. (2018). Revisiting guided reading: An analysis of common misconceptions. Reading in Virginia, 40, 61-69.
- Bose, S. Roberts, L., & White, G. (2017). The perceived value and impact of the transference of a U.S. model of accreditation to national Christian schools in Latin America. Journal of Research on Christian Education, 26(2), 144-171. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10656219.2017.1331774
- Bose, S. L., Klamm, H. L., & Smith, S. J. (2017). ProEthica: Advancing teacher candidate ethics assessment from theory to practice in Christian contexts. ACSI 2017 Higher Education Symposium for Teacher Educators: Conference Monograph (pp. 1-9).
Dr. Bose’s research interests include school accreditation, international education, and all aspects of literacy. Most recently, she has researched factors which contribute to the success of pre-service teachers in learning basic language constructs such as phonics, phonological awareness, and morphology.