Pam L. Warrick, PhD has 41 years of educational experience as a classroom teacher, instructor, professor, researcher and consultant. She is also an Army wife and has PreK-12 teaching experience in Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and for the Department of Defense in Europe. She has various publications in Parental Involvement in School, Social Change in Rural Schools, and Instructional Coaching. Dr. Warrick has received funded grants for improving Teacher Training programs and infusing STEM education in schools from National Science Foundation, NASA and State and local funding sources. Dr. Warrick has also presented at International, National, State and Regional conferences. Her presentation topics concern STEM and STEAM infusion in schools for increasing mathematics skills for all learners; Coaching and the value of the team approach with instruction and student achievement; and enhancing achievement and increasing student engagement in a student-centered classroom with the integration of appropriate technologies.
She is the recipient of the National Presidential Excellence in Secondary Mathematics Award and the State Presidential Excellence in Elementary Mathematics Award.