Sarah J. Little, EdDAssistant Professor
Assessment Coordinator, College of Education
Unit: Early Childhood Education
Location: Tigerville, SC
"Commit your works to the Lord, and your plans will succeed." Proverbs 16:3
Teaching & Education
You will learn with me when taking courses in Early Childhood Education.
- M.Ed. Education, Southern Wesleyan University
- Ed.S. Literacy, Converse College
- M.Ed. Administration, University of South Carolina
- Ed.D. Curriculum and Instruction, University of South Carolina
My experience includes fourteen years in South Carolina public schools, with experience in Special Education, First Grade, and as an Instructional Coach/Testing Coordinator.
“Coaching by Scaffolding: Increasing Teacher Questioning Through Structured Modeling and Feedback” ProQuest, 2019
I will gladly involve you in my circle that includes:
- Spartanburg School Districts
- Greenville School District
- Dillon School District 3
- Literacy Specialists from SC State Department
- Graduate School Administration, University of South Carolina
I always knew I was called to be a teacher, but my educational path has taken different directions over the course of my career. I began teaching in a self-contained Special Education classroom, and after a marriage and move across the state, found myself in a First Grade classroom. This led to my love of early literacy, and it was during this time I completed my Master’s of Education and Education Specialist degree in Literacy. This degree allowed me to move into an Instructional/Literacy Coaching role, which evolved into data specialist, testing coordinator, and leading teachers in professional development. This unlocked a new love- sharing my love of learning with others. I obtained my Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction during this time, and the Lord opened the door to higher education. I truly feel I am fulfilling my purpose guiding future educators and helping them grow in their love of teaching!
Favorite Course to Teach:
I love teaching any courses regarding early literacy- there is so much to learn, and research is constantly evolving, so content is always new, exciting, and relevant!