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Ellen Cashion, M.Ed.

Director, Teacher Education
Instructor, Teacher Education
864.977.7024
ellen.cashion@ngu.edu
Unit: Elementary Education, Online Elementary Education Studies
Location: Tigerville, SC

“You are here to make an impact for Jesus.”
  • Teaching & Education

    You will learn with me when taking courses in Education and Elementary Education.

    Degrees

    • B.A., Education, Clemson University
    • M.Ed., Education, Clemson University
  • Professional Experience

    My experiences include twenty-eight years of teaching in public schools in special education and fourth grade and twenty years as an instructor in higher education at North Greenville University. 

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  • My Network

    North Greenville University and my church, Marietta First Baptist Church, help to keep me focused on God’s purpose for my life. I am drawn to helping others find their calling. I want to help those called to teach to grow in the field of education.

  • My Story

    When I came to North Greenville Junior College as a student I knew then that God wanted me to teach. After graduating from college and getting my first job as a full-time special education teacher, I never looked back. I love to learn and quickly got my master’s in elementary education and on to get my specialist degree in special education. God moved me into a fourth-grade position and then back to North Greenville University to teach others how to teach and continue to show God’s love in the classroom.

    Favorite Course to Teach: Math Methods and Science Methods. I enjoy these classes because I can connect them to real-life experiences and to the Christian worldview. Both classes are best taught with hands-on learning and I believe we learn by doing best.

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