Sharon Waller

American University of Ras Al Khaimah

Dr. Sharon Waller is an assistant professor at the American University of Ras Al Khaimah (AURAK). She earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Texas Woman’s University (TWU), an MEd from the University of North Texas (UNT), and a Philosophical Doctorate in Special Education from TWU. She also holds a Texas teaching certification in All-level Generic Special Education and is a Certified Educational Diagnostician. At AURAK, Dr. Waller developed the Office of Counseling, Testing, and Disability Services, and currently serves as full-time faculty, IE Coordinator, Arts & Sciences Curriculum Committee Chair, and the University Disability Coordinator.

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Today’s educators stand at the crossroads of globalization and technology. The world is rapidly shrinking. The workplace is being transformed before our very eyes. Technology is forever changing the way we perceive reality and the way we do business. Educators are required to equip students for a workplace that has yet to emerge. The skill sets of today’s job market are often obsolete before students can enter the workplace. Now is the time for educators to rise to the challenges of our modern world. By embracing the vision of yesterday’s practitioners and joining hands with tomorrow’s practitioners, educators can transform our world and equip their students for the upward mobility and career flexibility required in tomorrow’s workplace.

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