Dr. Kurt L. Hild
Chairperson, Department of Teacher Education
Dr. Hild has served in the Education department since 2000, teaching professional preparation courses for teacher certification and supervising secondary student teachers. Drawing upon his more than thirty years of teaching experience in the secondary and collegiate environments, he provides instruction in teaching methodology, content area literacy, and educational philosophy. His concern is that students see their teaching vocation as God's high calling upon them and that they model biblical standards through their discipline. Besides teaching in the education department, he serves as adjunct faculty in the Center for Professional Studies. He and his wife, Tamara, maintain active involvement in their church. They have one son, Andrew, who keeps them busy with school, drama, music, and sports. They enjoy traveling to see family, gardening and home projects.
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Mrs. Jordan Morton
Assistant Professor of Education
Professor Morton teaches courses in the teacher education department and supervises student teachers. She holds a California Clear Teaching Credential in English, a Cross-Cultural Language and Academic Development Certificate, and an Administrative Services Credential. Professor Morton has over 20 years of experience as a teacher and school administrator in K-12 education. Prior to joining the faculty at the Master’s College, she held faculty and staff positions at Point Loma Nazarene University, the University of Phoenix, and Pacific Oaks College. Professor Morton is an active member of her church, serving in worship ministry. She and her husband have one son, who does his part to keep everyone busy.
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Mrs. Cindy Hallman
Associate Professor of Education
Professor Hallman completed an extensive career in public elementary education and has come to fill the faculty position in 2014. Mrs. Hallman began her teaching career at Van Nuys Baptist Elementary; but after two years she turned to the Saugus school district where she taught elementary grades. Concluding that she needed to expand her background to include multiculturally diverse students, she left the Saugus district to become an administrator in two different districts that had significant multicultural populations. She brings with her a wealth of teaching and administrative experience, a passionate desire to integrate the arts into teaching children, and a deep love for students and their learning.
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