Ed.D., Morgan State University
M.S., Morgan State University
B.S., Morgan State University
An educator and administrator, who currently is an assistant professor and department chair in the College of Education, Department of Educational Studies and Leadership, Dr. Taylor came to Bowie from Morgan State University, where she served as the Director of Professional Development Schools and taught undergraduate diversity courses and graduate courses in administration and supervision, as well as served on numerous dissertation committees. As a former K-12 educator, working in the Baltimore City and Montgomery County Public Schools, Dr. Taylor has been a teacher, a department chair and an acting assistant principal. Dr. Taylor has been appointed to a two year term on the Diversity Committee of the Association of Teacher Educators.
- Diversity and Multiculturalism
- Dropout Rates
- Educational Leadership
- Collaborative Approach: The Self-Study Process and Writing The Report (Ann Hilliard and Winona Taylor) Contemporary Issues in Education Research, Volume 3, Number 12 - December 2010
“Tegrity, An Online Instructional Tool: Utilizing Technology to Enhance K-16 Classroom.
- Instruction,” Presented at the Summer Association of Teacher Educators Summer Conference in Kansas City, MO – August 2010. Co-Authored with Dr. Dionne Curbeam 2010 doctoral graduate.
- Association of Teacher Educators
- The National Association of Professional Development Schools (Charter Member)
- The National Staff Developments Association