Department of Teacher Education

Grey Jack

Mrs. Gray Jack is a full time contractual instructor in the Teacher Education Department.  She holds a B.S. degree in Recreation Management from Appalachian State University and a M.Ed in Elementary Education from Wilmington University.    Mrs. Jack works with teacher candidates in the undergraduate program, teaching ELED 313, ELED 312, and ELED 411. In addition to teaching courses, she is the Professional Development Schools Liaison to Buckingham Elementary School and Showell Elementary School in Worcester County. She also serves as an intern supervisor for PDS . Mrs. Jack is the Co-Director of the Eastern Shore Writing Project  at Salisbury University.  

Mrs. Jack has co-authored two articles that were published in the PDS Partners magazine, The Endless Benefits of Exit Interviews and Ready, Set, Action!  Who Benefits from Action Research in the PDS Setting.  She has presented at the Regional Professional Development Conference, Maryland Professional Development Conference, and the National Professional Development conference.  In 2012-2013 she received “Outstanding Liaison” award at the Regional Professional Development conference. 

 

Office: Teacher Education Technology Center (TE) 281A
Office Phone: 410 543-6279
E-mail: cgjack@salisbury.edu