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Nancy P. Gallavan, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning at the University of Central Arkansas (UCA). She specializes in curriculum development, instructional strategies, and classroom assessments that strengthen practices and professionalism. With approximately 200 peer-reviewed publications, her current research focuses on academic coaching, classroom assessments, ethics for educators, and online teaching and learning. Active in AERA, ATE, KDP, NAME, and NCSS during her career, Gallavan has received awards for teaching, scholarship, and service in her college and universities; notably, Phi Kappa Phi initiate, ATE Distinguished Member, ATE Presidential Award recipient-multiple times, KDP Eleanor Roosevelt Legacy Chapter Charter Member, and SRATE Roy L. Lauter Award recipient.