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Mr.  Michael  J.  Moffett
Special Education Department Chair / Special Education IRR Teacher
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Liberty University - Graduation Date March, 2013

Education Specialist Degree in Education Leadership (K-12 School Administration) 

Grand Canyon University - Graduation Date August, 2006

Master of Education Degree in Special Education 

California University of Pennsylvania - Graduation Date August, 1998

Bachelor of Science Degree in Education 


Douglas County School System - Douglasville, GA

SpEd Chair & SpEd Teacher Credit Recovery – New Manchester Senior High School


Accelerated Learning Solutions - Boynton Beach, FL

Assistant Principal & Assessment Coordinator - Quantum High School 


Douglas County School System - Douglasville, GA

SpEd Chair, SpEd Assessment Coordinator, & SpEd Teacher - Lithia Springs High School


Miami Dade County Public Schools - Miami, FL 

SpEd Department Chair & SpEd Teacher - Jose de Diego Middle School


Interim SpEd English and History Teacher - Allapattah Middle School


SpEd Program Specialist & Assessment Coordinator - Instructional Systemwide Schools


SpEd Teacher - Miami Northwestern Senior High School 


Southwood Schools - Pittsburgh, PA 

Lead SpEd Teacher - Southwood Schools


Interim Principal / Education Director - Southwood Schools 



Michael J. Moffett is an educator, mentor, and national trainer. He has shared concrete teaching and management strategies to numerous educators, social service workers, and community stakeholders. Michael graduated from California University of Pennsylvania with a B.S. in Education, Grand Canyon University with a M.Ed. in Special Education, Liberty University with an Ed.S. in Educational Leadership, and currently working on his Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership. He has 15 plus years working in the field of education and social service. His teaching and managing styles are best described as eclectic. While he is always organized and focused, Michael varies his management and instructional methodologies to incorporate diverse activities and materials to engage the interest of all individuals.

Throughout his professional career, Michael has held numerous leadership positions. Before moving to Georgia, he mentored numerous at-risk youth and new teachers, co-founded two Christian schools in the state of Pennsylvania, and wrote and directed the Mel Blount Youth Home of Pennsylvania residential and shelter programs. Currently, he is a special education teacher and department chair at New Manchester High School. At New Manchester, he is a member of the Positive Behavior Interventions and Support team and work collaboratively with others to develop and implement strategies to maximize learning. In addition, Michael assist faculty with aligning current curriculum to the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards and to modify instruction to best prepare all students for the Georgia Milestones EOC Assessments and Georgia Alternate Assessment. Through the framework of professional learning communities, Michael has engaged numerous teachers and community stakeholders in comprehending the impact of classroom management and differentiated instruction. Furthermore, Michael has created and delivered meaningful and effective professional development sessions that drive teachers’ and community stakeholders’ to focus on practical ways to influence all students’ achievement.