Ashley Katikos

Assistant Division Director+Clinical Assistant Professor FSC
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
5411

Biography

Ashley Katikos earned a bachelor of science degree in secondary education from Western Michigan University. She furthered her education by completing a master's degree in educational leadership and obtained a principal certificate from Northern Arizona University. Her most recent experience as an assistant principal and master teacher has afforded her opportunities to partner with the Teacher Advancement Program (TAP). She is a clinical assistant professor and a Scottsdale iTeachAZ secondary site coordinator. Her future goals are to pursue a doctoral degree through ASU. Ms. Katikos is an educator responsible for teacher prep currently working on providing job-embedded professional development to mentor teachers working with teacher candidates. Her goal is to deepen mentor teachers' understanding of the TAP rubric to support teacher candidates in the field. 

Education

  • Doctor of Education Educational Leadership CCHE, Northern Arizona University (degree in-progress) 
  • Master's degree. Educational Leadership, Northern Arizona University  
  • B.S. Secondary Education, Western Michigan University

Research Interests

Guiding Research Question:

  • How does job embedded professional development impact student teacher growth?  

Current Research Projects:

As an educator responsible for teacher prep, Katikos is currently working on providing job embedded professional development to mentor teachers working with teacher candidates. The goal is to deepen mentor teachers understanding of the TAP rubric in order to support teacher candidates in the field. 

Publications

Linder, A, Katikos, A, Khan, R. (2015). TAP BIG 8. Delivered professional development to Masters in Education with Arizona Teacher Certification (MAC) faculty to deepen the understanding of TAP rubric indicators. 

Courses

Spring 2021
Course Number Course Title
SED 478 Student Teaching: SED 6-12
Fall 2020
Course Number Course Title
SED 478 Student Teaching: SED 6-12
Spring 2019
Course Number Course Title
SED 322 Classroom Leadership/Sec Schls
SED 478 Student Teaching: SED 6-12
Fall 2018
Course Number Course Title
SED 478 Student Teaching: SED 6-12
SED 496 Clinical Experience III
Summer 2018
Course Number Course Title
SED 501 Intro to Effective Instruction
Spring 2018
Course Number Course Title
SED 322 Classroom Leadership/Sec Schls
SED 397 Clinical Experience II
SED 478 Student Teaching: SED 6-12
Spring 2017
Course Number Course Title
SED 478 Student Teaching: SED 6-12
SED 496 Clinical Experience III