Sara CameronResident Faculty
Sara Cameron is residential reading faculty and has served the college as the coordinator of developmental education for almost a decade. She is dedicated to increasing literacy skills as a means of providing greater equity and opportunity to all students. Her drive to improve student success outcomes pays keen attention to how reform impacts equity gaps and social justice for students.
Sara Cameron earned her Bachelor's degree from the University of Iowa in Elementary Education with Reading and Language Arts endorsements and her Master's of Science degree from Northern Illinois University in Literacy Education. She moved from Illinois to Arizona in 2008 and began teaching for Scottsdale Community College in 2009. She is a Certified Maricopa Community Colleges Developmental Educator and has presented her work at conferences and to the MCCCD Governing Board by request. Her work has received recognition both locally, as the Charro's Educator of the Year (2019), and nationally, as a recipient of The League of Innovation's 2016 John & Suanne Roueche Excellence Award.
Over the years, Sara Cameron has served the college and district through leadership and participation. In addition to being a department chair, instructional council co-chair, and secretary of the Faculty Senate, she has also served as member of additional committees and councils: Guided Pathway Committee, Faculty Senate, Service Learning Committee, Developmental Education Council, and Reading Instructional Council.
To learn more about Sara Cameron, watch this 30 second video.
What are college reading courses?
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