Dr. Margaret Pfaff, Director of Curriculum and Instructional Resources for Carroll County Public Schools, has received The Shelton Adjunct Faculty Award from McDaniel College. This award recognizes an outstanding adjunct faculty member at the graduate or undergraduate level whose teaching demonstrates a commitment to excellence and genuine care for their students.

Dr. Pfaff is the lead instructor for the “School Leadership in the 21st Century” course offered in the Educational Leadership graduate program at McDaniel, which she revised to reflect the new Professional Standards for Education Leaders (PSEL) adopted by the Maryland State Department of Education. She has assisted the college in maintaining accreditation and aligning the college’s curriculum and course objectives with new standards. She has also has mentored and coached new adjunct instructors teaching both face-to-face and online.

A McDaniel alumna, Pfaff earned a master’s degree from the college in 1993. She also has both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Towson University and an Ed.D. in curriculum and instruction from the University of Maryland.





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