Martha E. MacCullough, Ed.D.
Flourishing in the School Classroom:
Classroom Management and Student Discipline Informed by a Christ-Centered Worldview
Dr. Martha MacCullough, Ed.D.
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, School of Education, Cairn University
Dr. Marti MacCullough has taught biblical integration, philosophy of education, educational psychology, theories of learning, school discipline, and various teaching methods courses for all levels.
Prior to teaching at Cairn, Dr. MacCullough taught in elementary and middle schools for 10 years. During this time, she helped pilot a Head Start program for low-income preschoolers, initiated a gifted program for middle-schoolers, developed a physical education and health curriculum for K-8, and installed a school library.
Since 1984, Dr. MacCullough has administrated teacher education programs in Christian higher education. After starting an elementary teacher education program at Lancaster Bible College, she initiated and administrated Cairn’s School of Education for over 30 years.
During that time, she led the development of 17 different state- and ACSI-certified teacher education programs, in addition to three ACSI-only programs. During this time, she also served as director of Cairn’s summer international campuses in Germany, Hong Kong, and Brazil.
Academic Specialties and Interests:
Human learning theory; philosophy of education informed by a Christian worldview; worldview thinking; developing a worldview approach to biblical thinking