Supervised College Teaching
A maximum of 10 combined credits for all 384 and 484 courses are counted towards graduation requirements.
Ashley Harvey, PhD, LMFT
Dr. Ashley Harvey is an associate professor and a senior teaching faculty member in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Since 2007, she has taught over 100 courses on campus and online, and more than 15 different courses related to parenting, families, lifespan development, therapeutic techniques, grant writing, and dying and grieving. Dr. Harvey is also a licensed marriage and family therapist.
Dr. Julie Taylor-Massey
Dr. Julie Taylor-Massey is part of the senior teaching faculty in HDFS. She has extensive teaching experience both on-campus and from a distance, having co-taught her first resident instruction class in 2001 and been involved in the launch of the first online courses offered by the department in 2006. Since 2010, she has specialized in teaching in the online format. Julie has been recognized with multiple teaching honors including the CSU Online Innovative Educator Award as well as been nominated for that award several times. Her interests include adolescence and early adulthood, the influence of technology on well-being, and online pedagogy. In addition to her time in the virtual classroom, she collaborates with an education publishing service to update and create lifespan development teaching and learning resources.