Elisabeth Ehrlich, Ed.D.
Coordinator of the Principal Certificate and M.A. in Educational Administration programs
- Bachelor of Arts, Education/English, University of Pittsburgh
- Master of Science, Education/Reading, State University of New York at Brockport
- Doctor of Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
- Superintendent's Letter of Eligibility, Gannon University
- Diagnostic Teaching
- Social Foundations of Education
- Teaching Language Arts
- Developmental Reading
- Curriculum and Instruction: Theory, Design and Development
- Content Area Design and Instruction
- Emerging Teacher Leadership
- Educational Administration
- Human Diversity Issues in Education
- Applied Research Practicum in Educational Administration I and II
- Applied Research Practicum in Curriculum and Instruction I and II
- The Art and Science of Communication in Leadership
- The Reflective Practitioner
Elisabeth A. Ehrlich, Ed.D., teaches undergraduate and graduate classes as a lecturer of education at Point Park University. While teaching at Point Park as a part-time instructor, Ehrlich was assistant superintendent for Clairton City School District. Before that, she was the elementary principal for Highlands School District. Ehrlich has also worked as a Title 1 Reading Teacher for Plum Borough School District, Franklin Regional School District, Norwin Area School District, Fox Chapel Area School District, Hempfield Area School District and Canadaigua City School District. Now, as a full-time instructor, Ehrlich is able to devote more attention and time to the students in her courses at Point Park. Topics of particular interest to her are: early childhood education, parent involvement, teacher leadership, school and district leadership development, and communication.
Point Park News & Features
- "Three-Time School of Education Alumnus Robert Michael, Ed.D., Reflects on a Fulfilling Journey and Career," Point Park University website, Oct. 25, 2023.