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Aldridge, Amanda

Assistant Professor, Teacher Education
School of Education

Warner Hall Annex
(636) 627 2559

Course Information

Term Course Course Name

FA SEM 16 EDU 41000 PIF12  Student Teaching Secondary Education
FA SEM 16 EDU 60599 PIF12  Field Experience (Student Teaching) (Mid/High School)
SP SEM 17 EDU 41000 PIFSE  Student Teaching Secondary Education
SP SEM 17 EDU 60599 PIFSE  Field Experience (Student Teaching) (Mid/High School)


Dr. Aldridge is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Lindenwood University. She is the Coordinator of Student Teaching for Secondary, Middle and K-12 Programs, and serves as the Coordinator for Charter School Sponsorship. When she began her career in education, she taught in public schools as a high school social studies teacher. She then pursued a career in higher education in Honolulu, Hawaii in 2006. Since then, she has taught a wide variety of education courses, both graduate and undergraduate, both on campus and online. She holds a B.S. Ed. in Secondary Social Studies Education from the University of Missouri-Columbia, a M.Ed. from the University of Missouri-Saint Louis, and an EdD in Instructional Leadership, Higher Education Administration from Lindenwood University.

Dr. Aldridge holds Missouri teaching certificates in the following areas: Secondary Social Studies 9-12, Middle School Social Studies 5-9, Special Education Mild/Moderate K-12.

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