Dr. Jarrett Moore
Research & Assessment
Dr. Jarrett Moore is originally from Macon, GA. His post-secondary education includes a B.S. from the University of the South in Sewanee, TN, an M.A.T. from Georgia College and State University, and a Ph.D. from Mercer University in Curriculum and Instruction. He spent 18 years working as a middle and high school Social Studies teacher in Macon, GA.
Dr. Moore began at BHSU in 2017, where he serves on the Multicultural Committee and is Co-Chair of the BH Research Symposium Committee. His research interests include Curriculum Theory, Critical Pedogogy, and Critical Discource Analysis. He currently teaches Graduate level ED classes, as well as undergraduate EDFN courses.
Outside of the classroom and research, Dr. Moore enjoys flyfishing and running. He is married to Ruth Moore, the secretary of the Dean's Office in the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. They have three children together.