Sara Turansky

Office: 140 Vocational Rehabilitation

Office: (706) 830-0374

Sara Turansky teaches E-Learning for Educators and Methods for Teaching Middle School Math and Math Assessment for Response to Intervention (RtI)

Sara has been using online elements in her classes since 2002 and has been teaching online for the past ten years. As a powerful role model, Ms. Turansky uses Web-based technology to provide opportunities for intellectually stimulating discussions in her online classes while encouraging individuals to share different ideas and understandings. Her ability to energize and inspire diverse online audiences fosters a cooperative learning environment among students in her courses.

Ms. Turansky graduated magna cum laude from Western Michigan University and earned a Master of Arts in Education with concentration in mathematics from Western Michigan University. She completed a second Masters degree in Online Teaching and Learning from California State University/Hayward in 2003.

Sara has taught Developmental English online for Ozarks Technical College, designed and instructed advanced math courses for gifted middle school students for Northwestern University, and helped students make the transition to online learning at American Intercontinental University.

Sara recently repatriated to America after spending more than half of her teaching career in the United Arab Emirates, a small country on the Saudi peninsula (south of Iran).

Sara was honored to win the prestigious Blue Web'n award for one of her web-based curriculum projects, Eating Disorders: A Webquest for Seventh and Eighth Grade.

Enjoy Sara's personalized attention, coaching, and feedback and gain from an experienced online instructor by participating in this online course.

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