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Amelia Baldwin, EdD, is an educator and the Educational Leadership Coordinator at Colorado Mesa University. With a passion for shaping the future of education, Baldwin teaches an array of courses that equip students with the skills and knowledge essential for teaching and leadership in education.

These courses include Instructional Supervision and Management/HR, Pedagogical and Assessment Knowledge for Teachers: Early Childhood, Birth-8 years old, Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics, Technology for K-12 Educators, Creative and Physical Expressions for Children, What It Means To Be An Educator, Master’s in Educational Leadership Capstone, Leadership and Organizational Change, Principalship I, and overseeing the Internship in Educational Leadership.

In these courses, Baldwin engages learners through innovative teaching methods, fostering active participation, critical thinking, and collaborative learning. She believes in the power of mentorship, guiding learners to become thoughtful, reflective, and effective educators. Beyond the classroom, Baldwin's scholarly interests and research encompass organizational culture, leadership and management, collective teacher efficacy, and school improvement. She is dedicated to advancing these fields through research and dissemination of knowledge.

Personally, Baldwin enjoys staying active, traveling, baking, anything competitive, and finding humor in everyday life! She combines her love for education, research commitment, and zest for life to impact both learners and the field of education.