Mitchell Eisner

Mitchell Eisner
Reading and Elementary Education
Clinical Assistant Professor
COED 374

Dr. Mitchell R. Eisner is the Clinical Assistant Professor and has presented at Professional Development Schools National Conference in Washington, DC.  Dr. Eisner has over thirty years of experience in North Carolina Public School system of which 20 of them were as an administrator.  He teaches undergraduate elementary courses relating to measuring and assessing student performance.  Eisner's special areas of interests are assessment, behavior management, and teachers' evaluations.  He is also a University Supervisor for elementary education students and students who have a dual majors in Elementary and Special Education.



Ed.D. - University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2001,
Education Administration M.Ed. - Winthrop University, 1985, Master of Education Administration and Supervision
B.S. - Long Island University, 1980, Elementary Education and Special Education




Introduction to Education and Diversity in Schools
Measuring and Evaluating Learning in the Elementary School Curriculum
Supervision of Student Teachers
Research and Analysis of Teaching Elementary School Learners
Topics in Elementary Education – Total Quality

Community Involvement:



Professional Development Instructor for local NC School Systems
Relay for Life, Team Member
March Forth With Hope Foundation, Team Member

Awards & Honors:



Voted by UNC-Charlotte Senior Survey from 2014-2016: making the most significant, positive contribution to students' education
2011: Jefferson Cup Recipient

Selected Publications:



Eisner, Mitchell Reed. An Instrument that Measures the Implementation of Total Quality in the Classroom