Tonya Moore-Huss Master of Education Instructor
M.A., Graceland University
B.A., University of Northern Iowa
Tonya Moore-Huss has more than 20 years of experience teaching elementary and middle school students, mainly in special education. The 2020 recipient of the Northwestern Teaching Excellence Award, she currently teaches at MOC-Floyd Valley High School.
Moore-Huss earned a master's degree in collaborative learning and teaching from Graceland University and a bachelor's degree in elementary and special education from the University of Northern Iowa.
- Foundations of Education
(2 credits) This course provides philosophical, historical, social and economical foundational background for students considering the teaching profession. Note: This course includes a field experience. Students must earn a C- or better in order to fulfill program requirements for elementary licensure.
- Survey of Exceptional Individuals
(3 credits) This course provides an overview of the history of special education up to and including present day trends and practices in education students with exceptionalities. Various areas of exceptionality are explored, including ways to support students with diverse learning and behavioral needs in inclusionary environments. Note: This course includes a field experience. Students must earn a C- or better in order to fulfill program requirements for elementary licensure.
7th-grade, 6th-grade, and 3-5 special education teacher; 6th-grade language arts teacher, Indianola Community School District, Indianola, IA, 1997-2015
Special education teacher, Chariton School District, Chariton, IA, 1992-97