Full Time Faculty
Phone: (206) 592-4578
Erich attended the University of Central Florida, receiving dual bachelors degrees in both English and History. He went on to attend New Mexico State University, receiving dual masters degrees in both History and Curriculum & Instruction, and is currently a doctoral candidate focusing on reflective practices, critical pedagogy, educational leadership and multicultural literacy. He is versatile in various fields of study (history, literature, political science), implementing an interdisciplinary approach towards educating students in preparing them not only for the workplace but for life, utilizing techniques which foster the development of critical thinking skills. As an education specialist emphasizing curriculum design and leadership, Erich facilitates student growth with course objectives firmly rooted in multicultural awareness, diversity, and social justice, and has a penchant for literacy evaluation, assessment, and action research. As a staunch proponent of education technology, he is highly proficient and committed to utilizing online resources to engage and form cooperative and collaborative spaces for 21st century learners as well as colleagues.