Faculty & Staff: Pam Bork
Graduate Studies and Professional Development
Professor in the School of Education
Office: CPS 438
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Ph.D. Degree: University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Education 300 – Professional Portfolio Development
- Education 383 – Educational Assessment
- Education 385 – Teaching the Early Adolescent
- Education 707 – Educational Research
Pam Bork teaches undergraduate and graduate course work for the School of Education. Prior to joining the university, she was a principal in the Peoria Unified School District in Glendale, Ariz., and the Stevens Point Area Public School District. Her teaching background is in the area of adaptive physical education and early childhood special education. Presently, Professor Bork teaches preservice teachers in are areas of differentiated instruction and classroom assessment. She also directs the Office of Graduate Studies and Professional Development and advises students working towards a Master of Science Degree in Education. Professor Bork has been a long-standing member and presenter for the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Awards and Service
Professor Bork is a member and currently serves as an advisor for the Kappa Delta Pi student organization on campus. She also serves as the Department of Public Instruction Institute for Higher Education-Responsive to Intervention Representative for the state and is the university chair for the Common Core Standards committee. Professor Bork’s public outreach is to serve as an ambassador for UW-Stevens Point in the Adopt-a-School Partnership focused on teaching character education to school age students.