All Faculty, Staff
Pre-K Social and Emotional Learning - current
Knowledge and Know-How (Winter 2016)
Early Development of the Brain (Fall 2016)
Arkansas Early Childhood Inclusion (Fall 2017)
Ed.D., University of Arkansas, Vocational Education
Miller, S. & Dorjee, T. (2013) Using Second Century Wisdom for a Twenty-First Century World: The Development of a Life and Liberation Coaching Process for Dispirited Physicians. Handbook on Faith and Spirituality in the Workplace: Emerging Research and Practice (Judi Neal, Editor). New York: Springer Science/Business.
In October of 2014, Dr. Sara Miller joined the Early Care and Education Projects (ECEP) as a Training Advisor. Her responsibilities at ECEP include overseeing the training programs of Social and Emotional Literacy and Early Development and the Brain. Dr. Miller is also responsible for implementing SpecialQuest; a community capacity building program that supports inclusive care in educational settings for infant and toddlers with special needs. Her professional interests include mindfulness training for young children and early childhood educators and the use of coaching as an effective methodology to make sustainable, transformative changes in early childhood professionals.