Mark E. Deschaine
Central Michigan University
Dr. Deschaine is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership within the College of Education and Human Services at Central Michigan University. He has extensive local, state, and national experience in the training and development of P-20 faculty. He supports the efforts of teachers, teacher leaders, and administrators in the integration of technology into their programs, special education issues, and effective differentiated instructional practices. Dr. Deschaine received his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Western Michigan University, his M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from Grand Valley State University, his M.A.T. in Education from Oakland University, and his B.S. in Education from Central Michigan University. Dr. Deschaine holds Michigan certification and endorsements in both general and special education. He is credentialed to serve as a teacher, consultant, supervisor, principal, and central office administrator. He is a member of the Graduate Faculty at Central Michigan University where he teaches students at the Master, Specialist, and Doctoral levels. He also supervises Master Theses and Doctoral Dissertations. Dr. Deschaine’s research agenda focuses on the ways that theory, policy, and processes support and impact effective differentiated instruction.