Associate Professor of Education
School of Education
Philip Mirci, an associate professor of education at the University of Redlands, can offer expertise on parenting issues, the latest learning and neuroscience research, effective teaching techniques and human growth and development.
He has been a teacher, principal and associate superintendent, in addition to serving in leadership positions for the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools and the Association of California School Administrators.
Mirci has a doctorate in educational leadership and organizational systems from Claremont Graduate University. Additionally, he has three master of arts degrees: theology and philosophy; education; and counseling. He also holds a lifetime teaching credential in California.
Academic Interests and Areas of Expertise
- Evaluating organizations
- Organizational systems
- Family systems
- Foundations of education
- Curriculum and instruction
- Social justice
- Human growth and development
- Parenting skills
- Learning and neuroscience research
- Conflict resolution
- Leadership in education
- Effective teaching and learning
- Societal regression
- Adult learning
- Critical thinking