Dr. Amanda Lickteig, Assistant Professor
"Earning this degree will enhance your role as a leader in your profession by exposing you to new information and practices while helping you network with colleagues as you share your experiences and class products."
PhD, Kansas State University, 2015
Dr. Lickteig is a former 7-8th grade English/Language Arts teacher and middle school coach. She led undergraduate study abroad trips to Finland in 2017 and 2018. She has also participated in numerous state, national, and international conferences.
Which online degree program(s) do you teach?
- MS in Educational Administration
- MS in Curriculum & Instruction – Effective Practitioner PreK-12
- MS in Curriculum & Instruction – National Board Certification PreK-12
- MS in Curriculum & Instruction – Curriculum Leadership PreK-12
- MS in Curriculum & Instruction – Instructional Coach/Teacher Leader PreK-12
Links to share?
Which classes do you teach online?
- EL 416
- ED 805
- ED 810: Supporting Technology Integration for School Leaders
What types of projects can your students expect in these courses?
Students can expect creative projects using new technologies, discussion boards, and academic papers.
What do students learn in your classes? What is the expected outcome?
The outcomes vary based on the course, but at their core, all classes teach students to be effective creators, innovators, and leaders in their field.
What advice would you give to those considering this online education program?
Make a schedule, stay organized, and communicate early if you're having trouble.
What is the value of this degree?
Earning this degree will enhance your role as a leader in your profession by exposing you to new information and practices while helping you network with colleagues as you share your experiences and class products.
Why did you start teaching?
I began teaching secondary education to equip students with the skills they needed to be successful, productive citizens while serving as an adult they could always rely on.
What is the one book you think everyone should read?
I can't name just one book. Reading often and reading on a range of topics from diverse authors expands your worldview and increases understanding.