The Manchester University Education Department is highly regarded in schools throughout Indiana. Representing about 20 percent of our enrollment, teacher education is Manchester’s largest single academic program. Our faculty bring a wealth of real-world teaching experience, insights from their own research, and high-quality instruction in methods and theory to classes at both the undergraduate and graduate levels
Dr. Victoria Eastman
Assistant Professor Eastman earned her B.A. degree in Elementary Education in 1973 from Anderson University, her M.A. in Elementary Education in 1990 from Ball State University, and her Ph.D. in 2010 from Ball State. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading, needlepoint crafts (mostly duplicate stitch), working out, spending time with her husband and children, and being involved in community and church.
Assistant Professor Schilling earned her B.A. degree in 1990 from Manchester University, her M.A. of Administration in 1998 from Indiana Purdue University, Fort Wayne and her Ed.D. from Ball State University. She joined the Manchester University faculty in 2003. Her areas of interest and expertise include elementary education, children's literature, language arts, and adolescent learners.