David Burrage, Ph.D.
Department of Teaching and Learning
Dr. David Burrage has dedicated his career to ensuring all students can learn, especially those with learning exceptionalities. He has taught in general, exceptional, and virtual education settings over the past ten years. In honor of his service, he received a district Golden Apple teaching award in 2010 for his work as a public school exceptional education teacher in an emotional and behavioral self-contained setting. His doctoral work focuses on the use of classroom management systems with students diagnosed with emotional and behavioral disabilities.
Dr. Burrage lives in Florida with his wife and four children. His wife teaches first grade at a local elementary school. As a family they enjoy school-related activities, soccer, t-ball, watching movies, and traditional archery.
Doctorate in Education - Exceptional Students
Bachelor's in Elementary Education
Florida Atlantic University
Master's in Exceptional Student Education
University of Central Florida
- Classroom Management
- Special Education
- Professional Development
- Teacher Training
- Virtual Education
Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction Doctor of Education
This customizable degree is designed to help you advance your understanding of a wide range of curriculum development and instructional methods that can improve teaching and learning in diverse educational settings.
Ed.D. in Instructional Technology Doctor of Education
Ed.D. in Leadership Doctor of Education
M.Ed. in Integrated Curriculum Master of Education
M.Ed. in Integrated Curriculum for Graduates of the M.Ed. in STEM Leadership Master of Education
2018 Catalog Release
M.Ed. in Special Education Master of Education
M.Ed. in STEM Leadership Master of Education
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