Faculty and Staff
Juliana Searle is the student teaching coordinator in the Center for Educator Preparation in the School of Education at Colorado State University. Searle coordinates the placement of all teacher candidates in their final field experience in PK-12 schools, supporting teacher candidates, mentor teachers, and university coaches. Additionally, she is a key adviser for M.Ed. Education Sciences teacher licensure secondary students.
Prior to this role, Searle served as a key adviser, instructor and Advising Center coordinator in the Center for Educator Preparation. Her interests center on recruiting future teachers and supporting the next generation of educators entering the profession. Searle was involved in initial efforts of CSU’s implementation of co-teaching during student teaching, and she continues to be involved in CEP’s work to support pre-service and in-service teachers implement effective co-teaching strategies.
Searle received her B.S. in human development and family studies from Colorado State University and an M.Ed. in education and human resources studies specializing in counseling and career development, where her focus was school counseling. Searle was designated as a Fellow in the 2016 class of the CSU Faculty Institute for Inclusive Excellence.