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Lewis, Timothy

TitleAssociate Professor/Live Text Coordinator
DepartmentCurriculum Instruction and Technology
OfficeCollege of Education
Office HoursMonday: (9:30 - 10:30 a.m., 12:05 - 1:05 p.m.) Tuesday: (8:15 - 1:15 p.m. & 1:35 - 5:05 p.m.)
Office LocationEducation 314


After graduating from the Samuel Ginn’s College of Engineering at Auburn University with a Bachelor in Textile Management & Technology and a minor of International Business, Timothy Lewis completed the Master’s program at the University of Alabama with concentrations in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. He has Alabama certifications in Instructional Leadership (K-12), early childhood education, and elementary education. He earned a Doctorate of Philosophy in Instructional Leadership from the University of Alabama and his professional experiences in education included being a school bus para-educator, teaching Pre-Kindergarten and serving as an Alabama Reading Initiative Reading Coach. He also served in various capacities with Tuscaloosa City Schools’ Even Start Family Literacy Program (2001-2004).

Now, as assistant professor at Auburn University at Montgomery in the Department of Foundations, Technology, and Secondary Education, Timothy draws upon his academic preparation and experiences in management, leadership, instruction, and technology to provide learning opportunities for future teachers and instructional leaders. He teaches courses in Instructional Technology and Leadership and acts as an instructional design consultant for The University of Alabama Superintendents’ Academy. Dr. Lewis’ research interests include exploring the integration of technology into clinical supervision, the impact of social networking on learning environments, and distance learning pedagogy.  


EducationDoctor of Philosophy in Instructional Leadership with an emphasis in Instructional Technology: The University of Alabama
Instructional Leadership; School Administration (K-12) Certification: The University of Alabama
Master of Arts in Early Childhood and Elementary Education: The University of Alabama
Bachelor of Science in Textile Management & Technology: Samuel Ginn College of Engineering: Department, renamed to Polymer and Fiber Engineering: Auburn University
International Business Minor Auburn University