Ed. D., Leadership and Policy Studies, The George Washington University
Ed. S., Supervision and Administration, The George Washington University
M.S. Ed., Secondary Education, Old Dominion University
B.S., B.A., Business Administration and Management, Longwood College
Honors and Awards
Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 2005-2006
Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 2003-2004
Classroom Management and Instructional Strategies
Advanced Integrated Science
Introduction to Integrated Science
Child & Adolescent Growth & Development
English/Math Secondary Education classes
Social justice issues in education, best practices pedagogy, leading change
In order to develop a core foundation of faith as well as educational and practical teaching skills necessary to prepare Regent University students for success in today's classrooms, two central teaching-learning themes have prevailed my own teaching: an engaging Christian environment and real-life applications of acquired knowledge. All too often, in order to fulfill diploma requirements, students enroll in classes where they are unable to see how faith and course information are applicable in their chosen career. I feel it is most important for Regent students to understand how their faith and acquired knowledge are applied to real-world situations.
I believe there are explicit and implicit ways to integrate faith in teaching. Thoughtful classroom exercises and discussions challenge students to discern relationships among faith, practice, application, and knowledge. I model my faith in my interpersonal relationship with students, serving as both mentor and teacher. I integrate faith and learning in my teaching by discussing how faith guides our daily actions, our human understanding of teaching practices, and our effect on others. My students not only learn theoretical aspects of teaching practices, but how to model Christian leadership.
Dr. Kurt Kreassig is an assistant professor of education at Regent University. He received his Ed.D. from The George Washington University and earned his position as a public school principal. After his thirteen year tenure as a public school administrator in the Tidewater area, he arrived at Regent University in July 2013. He is an avid surfer and boater. He resides in Virginia Beach with his wife Danielle, their children Kinsey and Kaiya, and three Australian Shepherds.