Linda Miller


Linda Miller

Contact Info

Psychology Building, Room 114


M.Ed., Elementary Education/Administration and Supervision, Towson University

B.S., Elementary Education, Elizabethtown College

Areas of Expertise


Preservice and inservice teacher professional development in reading and writing instruction



Mrs. Linda Miller recently completed her twenty-eighth year in teaching, eighteen of those years have been at Towson University. She is a lecturer in the Department of Elementary Education. She currently teaches in the Level 1 program, teaching reading methods courses and supervising students in their first language arts internship. In addition, Mrs. Miller serves as a First Year Experience (FYE) advisor, works as a transfer advisor, and is employed as a summer freshman orientation facilitator. She serves on the College of Education Scholarship Committee, as well as several department committees.

Prior to her university appointment, Mrs. Miller was employed by Baltimore City Public Schools for ten years. In addition to spending seven years as a classroom teacher, she served three years as an Instructional Support Teacher with three reconstitution-eligible schools in Baltimore City, and as an Educational Specialist, responsible for training all of the new teachers for the entire city school system. Mrs. Miller earned her undergraduate degree in elementary education from Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania and her M.Ed. in elementary education with a concentration in administration and supervision from Towson University. She also continues coursework beyond her Masters and keeps current with trends in education.

Mrs. Miller has presented at several regional conferences, as well as conferences in South Carolina, Kentucky, and Florida. She is also a teacher consultant with the Maryland Writing Project. In May 2015, Mrs. Miller was awarded the Gloria Neubert Teacher Excellence Award which was voted upon by students within the College of Education.