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Carla Tanguay

Clinical Instructor and Associate to the Dean for Clinical Practice    

Ed.S. in Early Childhood Education, Georgia State University,2006
Master of Arts in Teaching in Early Childhood Education,Oglethorpe University,1991
Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood and Elementary Education,1985


T-6 Georgia Clear Renewable Certificate in Early Childhood Education (P-5)
Instructional Supervision
Teacher Support Specialist (TSS) Endorsement


Carla Tanguay is a clinical instructor in the Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education at Georgia State University and the Associate to the Dean for Clinical Practice.

She is program coordinator for the Bachelor of Science in Education with concentrations in English for Speakers of Other Languages and Special Education. Her scholarly interests include teacher development, supervision and induction, all strands of her current Race to the Top funded research project for which she is the co-principal investigator.

She serves as the assessment coordinator for the department, prior chair of the Standards and Accreditation Committee and chair of the Professional Education Faculty, a joint enterprise of the College of Education & Human Development and the College of Arts and Sciences.

As a former elementary school teacher and student teaching and field experience placement director, she continues to work closely with partnering school districts to prepare teacher candidates for the teaching profession.


Dangel, J., & Tanguay, C. (2013, in press). Don’t leave me out there alone: A practical guide for supporting supervisors. Action in Teacher Education.