Erie, PA 2001- 2003
Master of Science: Special Education
Wheeling Jesuit University
Wheeling, WV 1997- 2001
Bachelor of Arts: Elementary Education
Brianne served as an Associate Faculty member at Post University since October 2010 before becoming Assistant Academic Program Manager of the Early Childhood Education department, teaching both on-ground and online courses. She has taught Foundations of Early Childhood, Health, Safety and Nutrition, Teaching the Exceptional Child, Practicum 1 & 2, as well as the Capstone course.
Elementary Learning Support Teacher: Kindergarten, 1st and 4th grades
Central Columbia School District, Bloomsburg, PA
Multiple Disabilities/ Life Skills Teacher: Kindergarten- 6th grade
Hancock County Educational Service Center, Findlay, OH
Preschool Teacher: Children 3- 5 years old
Child Learning Center at Union Station, Erie, PA
Professor Wojtylak believes that each child is unique and deserves the very best from every person he or she encounters; second to parents, there is no more critical influence in a child’s life than that of educators. In her role as a professor, it is both her job and passion to prepare current and future teachers to identify and meet the needs of each child using developmentally appropriate practices. She is motivated each day by the quote from Henry Adams, “A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” Brianne Wojtylak looks forward to helping her students meet the increased educational requirements expected of early childhood educators and sees it as an opportunity to improve upon the early childhood educational experience for all children involved.
Brianne is married with two young boys and will be welcoming a third in May of 2013. She enjoys spending time with her family, and is an active member in her church including working in the nursery room, leading preschool bible school, and hosting small group studies. Brianne is kept busy with her work at Post and family life and doesn’t look forward to the day she has free time!
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