Shelley Warm 

Senior Lecturer, SITE Program

Shelley Warm





PO Box 117048
Gainesville FL 32611


  • School of Teaching and Learning

Research Interests

Behavior, Cognition, Creativity, Early Childhood, Early Childhood Literacy, Education Types, Educational Studies, Elementary Education, Faculty Development, Field Experience, Higher Education, Literacy, Online and Distance Education, Primary / Elementary, Psychological Studies, Public Education, School Curriculum Areas and Issues, Teacher Education, Teacher Leadership, Teaching and Licensure, Technology, Technology Trends and Issues


  • COI Certified Online Instructor, LERN, 2004
  • Nova University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Ed.D. 1991
  • Nova University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, M.S., 1987
  • William Paterson University, Wayne, New Jersey, B.S. 1965

Professional Appointments

  • Senior Lecturer, Faculty, SITE Program Coordinator, SITE M.Ed. Program, UF College of Education, School of Teaching and Learning (July 2007-Present): program coordination, teaching, supervision of graduate interns.
  • Intern Supervisor and Lecturer (August 2006-2007) University of Florida. Responsible for instruction and field supervision of undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Education.
  • Emeritus Faculty (May 2005) presently teaching online for Nova Southeastern University and Palm Beach Community College. I continue to mentor full-time and adjunct faculty in WebCT.
  • Professor III - Early Childhood/Psychology (1993-2005)Palm Beach Community College, Boca Raton, Florida: responsibilities include curriculum development, mentoring other faculty, teaching courses in the classroom and on-line through WebCT.
  • Department Chair Social Sciences/Education/Behavior Sciences: responsibilities include hiring/firing/supervising adjunct personnel; budget; textbook review and ordering; scheduling for full-time and adjunct faculty; syllabus advisement; observation of adjunct faculty; input in all areas of the college including facilities, events, student success, mentoring, program planning and review, strategic planning and technology.
  • Program Manager-District Child Care Programs/Children First Curriculum Coordinator (1992-2000): Responsibilities included counseling students (CDA/Educational Exemption/Career Ladder in Early Childhood Education); Curriculum development and coordination; Determination of course fees; Selection of books/media/course handouts; Personnel selection and evaluation.
  • Certified Family Life Educator-National Council on Family Relations (1991-2001): Enables individual to counsel/teach/publish on Family Issues such as Law & Public Policy, Education & Guidance, Societal Issues, Ethics, Resource Management, Life Span Development and Interpersonal Relationships.
  • Grant Writer (1991- 1996): Palm Beach Community College Museum of Art- responsibilities included Budgeting/Financial Reporting; Management of Grants totaling over $400,000.00; Communication with State and Local Agencies, Boards of Directors, Architects, contractors and Organizational Employees.
  • Palm Beach Community College: Wrote and received a Child Care Training Grant from Children Services Council; Wrote and received a Grant for Bridging Generations (an Intergenerational Child Care Workers Program) from IBM.
  • Title Twenty Agency Grant: Writer/Preparer- the Agency received the Grant.
  • Developer of Curricula: Palm Beach Community College - Bridging Generations, Child Development Associate Credential Program (CDA), Children First, Courses - Cooperative Communication Between Home and School, Creating with Art, Music & Storytelling, Mommy & Me, Parent Caregiver Project-Cornell University Pilot Program, Peace Education for Child Care Workers, Multicultural Education.
  • Facilitator (1989-1990) - School Board of Palm Beach County: Parenting Classes.
  • Adjunct Professor - Florida Atlantic University beginning 1989- Early & Middle Childhood ; Early Childhood