Dr. David Shackelford joined the Brookfield faculty in 2013. He hails from Odessa, Texas, where he taught undergraduate classes and served as the supervisor of the Literacy Center in the University of Texas at the Permian Basin. In addition to his experience as a primary teacher and tutor, Mr. Shackelford taught English Language in Taizhou, China. He is fluent in conversational Mandarin. Mr. Shackelford is energetic, friendly, and enthusiastic about his favorite subject, Reading! He is an avid reader and self-proclaimed Science geek, and is adept at graphic design and technology. At Brookfield, he serves our students as the Director of Student Support Services, and teaches Grade 1 Reading and Technology classes.
Dr. Shackelford earned a Masters of Education as a Reading Specialist, and holds elementary and reading teaching credentials from his home state, and is in the process of completing the process in California. In 2021, he completed his doctoral studies in Educational Leadership. We are excited to have Dr. Shackleford's expertise in Reading instruction and intervention enhance our excellent primary program.
BA Graphic Design, Texas Woman's University
MA Education, Reading Specialist, University of Texas at the Permian Basin
Recipient of the Quest for Quality Exceptional Teacher Candidate Award, 2013
Doctor of Educational Leadership, 2021