Dr. Todd Kunders currently serves within the College of Education where he has the opportunity to work with both undergraduate and graduate students. 2015 marks his first year working as a full-time faculty member at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, following 10 years of service in public education as a teacher and principal.

Author Archives: Dr. Todd Kunders

Becoming a School Principal

You’ve been teaching for many years (or maybe just a few years!), and you are starting to get an itch. This itch isn’t to leave the field of education, but rather, you are starting to feel ready for the next level in school leadership. Teachers are leaders, but the next level of leadership is a challenge...
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Do You Want to Become a Teacher?

During the last ten years the teaching field has been shifting and adjusting to new changes and pressures. The following statement often comes up from prospective teachers: “I really want to be a teacher, but there is a lot of pressure and scrutiny placed on teachers nowadays.” In another instance a prospective teacher will share...
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