Hello! I am Mrs. Sheble and I am the Program Head for Teacher Education at NOVA. I teach both EDU 200 and SDV 101. Prior to joining the faculty at Northern Virginia Community College in 2005, I was a kindergarten teacher for eighteen years with Fairfax County Public Schools. I also taught 4th grade for five years with Loudoun County, and I taught Preschool for one year at Fairfax United Methodist Preschool. During my teaching experience, I was a “Supervising Teacher” for many student teachers from James Madison University, George Mason University, and Marymount University. Additionally, I was a mentor for many beginning kindergarten teachers in Fairfax County.
I have a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education (Certified K-7) from George Mason University, with postgraduate work from the University of Virginia. I attended both the University of Mary Washington and George Mason University for my undergraduate degree.
This site has been designed to help you learn all about the programs offered at NOVA to help you become a public school teacher, or to learn about how you can obtain recertification points for licensure if you are already licensed.
Please visit the links I have provided at the top of this home page to learn more about EDU 200, SDV 101 – Orientation to Education, Pathways to Teaching at NOVA, our Social Science with Teacher Education Specialization Associates Degree Program, and courses for recertification.