Dr. Bonnie Tabor joined Drury University in 2001 as an educator in the School of Education and Child Development. Before coming to Drury, Dr. Tabor worked as a public school teacher for 16 years. She taught students with learning disabilities, developmental delay, behavior disorders, pre-school and sixth grade. In addition, Dr. Tabor worked as an administrator in the public school for seven years and taught classes in school administration and special education at Missouri State University.
Dr. Tabor currently teaches undergraduate and graduate classes at Drury University. Her special interests are adult learning, differentiated learning and special education. During 2013, Dr.Tabor is participating in MoLEAD training sessions to become a trainer of Missouri school leaders.
B.S.Ed., Special Education, Southwest Missouri State University, 1975
M.Ed., Special Education, Southwest Missouri State University, 1977
Specialist in Education, Educational Administration, Southwest Missouri State University, 1994
Ed.D., Education Leadership and Policy Analysis, University of Missouri-Columbia, 2001
Thesis: Conflict Management and Interpersonal Communication Style of the Elementary Principal
Drury University faculty member since 2011
Instructor since 2013