Daniel Qualls

Daniel Qualls
Associate Professor of Education
B.A. M.A., University of Memphis
M.A.T., East Tennessee State University
Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Daniel S. Qualls

Coordinator of the Education Program
Associate Professor of Education
B.A. M.A., University of Memphis
M.A.T., East Tennessee State University
Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Contact Information

Phone: 255-1260    Email: daniel.qualls@maine.edu    Location: Torrey 229c    Office Hours: Click here for PDF

Biographical Sketch:

Daniel Qualls is Assistant Professor of Education from Memphis, Tennessee. He has a Ph.D. in Theory and Practice in Teacher Education from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He previously taught high school social studies (History, Sociology, Geography, and US Government) for Memphis City Schools as well as in the mountains of East Tennessee. Daniel also holds a Master's Degree in Anthropology, and worked as an archaeologist in the Mid-South region of the United States. In summer 2014, he was the Director of Teaching & Learning for Mano en Mano's Blueberry Harvest School for children of migrant workers.

Areas of Interest:

  • The Method and Practice of Teaching
  • Global Perspectives
  • Critical Thinking & Literacy
  • Historical Reenacting in the Classroom
  • Peninsular Campaign of the Napoleonic Wars

"What is Archeology?" Workshop for the 4-H Robotics Expo 2012 and 2013

Courses Taught at UMM:

Education:

  • EDU 112 School and Community
  • EDU 220 Elementary Social Studies Methods
  • EDU 210 Educational Psychology
  • EDU 321 Secondary Methods of Teaching I
  • EDU 328 Environmental Literacy
  • EDU 344 Mathematics in Elementary School
  • EDU 490 Student Teaching

For the Core:

  • ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology
  • ELA 112 Community & Place
  • FYS 101 First Year Seminar: "Pirates or Patriots?"
  • GEO 101 Introduction to Geography
        UMM Fencing Club, 2011
Mark Twain's "Is He Dead?" 2013

Links:

National Council for the Social Studies

Maine Archaeology Society

National Council for History Education

Maine Environmental Education Association

Facing the Future (critical thinking, global perspectives, informed action)

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