Roberta Ross-Fisher: At-a-Glance
Dr. Roberta Ross-Fisher holds a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education (K-8), a master’s degree in Reading/Literacy Education (K-12), and a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction. She has many years of successful experience in educator preparation, competency-based education, online teaching & learning, and accreditation. Now an educational consultant, she was a public school teacher for 16 years before becoming a professor and university administrator.
Multiple Awards for Exceptional Performance
Dr. Roberta Ross-Fisher has received many professional accolades during her career including five Who’s Who in Teaching awards; Governor’s Award for Teaching Excellence; Parkway Baptist Distinguished Professor of the Year Award; six High Performance Faculty Recognition awards; two Provost Top Performer Awards; Compliance and Accreditation Departmental Award; and two Excellence in University Service Awards.
An articulate presenter and author of numerous scholarly works, her work has been published multiple times in peer-reviewed journals and academic books. She writes evidence-based articles that are relevant to today’s educational system and also serves as a reviewer and guest contributor for other publications.
As a consultant, Dr. Roberta Ross-Fisher supports higher education institutions in accreditation, teacher preparation, program development, and competency-based education. Her particular area of expertise is the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). She is available for consultations, webinars, and workshops.