Robert Morse is a Co-Director for the Office of Clinical Experiences at Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. His primary responsibilities include management of all syllabi and handbooks related to the internship and student teaching experience, hiring and training of student teaching supervisors, and supervising the program specialists who support iTeachAZ Site Coordinators.
Prior to serving in his current role, Mr. Morse was a Program Specialist for the iTeachAZ teacher preparation program. In this role, Mr. Morse provided coaching and program support to site coordinators, who are clinical assistant professors and student teaching supervisors for the college. Mr. Morse served as the product co-owner of the iTeachAZ Dashboard, during its initial development. He has also served as a member of the iTeachAZ App development team. Mr. Morse also served as an iTeachAZ Site Coordinator in the Madison School District for three years.
Additionally, Mr. Morse has seven years of elementary school teaching experience, primarily teaching 2nd Grade ESL students.
Mr. Morse has a strong interest in the application of technology in the education setting. He has presented at multiple conferences on the local and National level (AzTEA, ISTE, AACTE, PDS, TAP).
Mr. Morse holds a B.S. Degree in Global Business/Marketing from Arizona State University. He also holds a Master of Education Degree in Curriculum and Instruction, with a focus on English as a Second Language, and a Master of Education Degree in Educational Leadership from Arizona State University.