Rex Mangiaracina

Faculty Site Coordinator - Middle & Secondary Grades, Teacher in Residence
COED 133


Mr. Rex Mangiaracina is the Teacher-in-Residence aligned with the MDSK department in the Cato College of Education. Working out of the Office of School & Community Partnerships (OSACP) he serves many roles including:
*Supervision of active student teachers at both the middle and high school levels
*Course instructor for companion course (MDSK 4150) that is a co-requisite for undergraduate student teachers
*Niner Clinical Immersion Schools (NCIS) Program Coordinator


Ed.D. - UNC Charlotte, 2015 - Present
MAT - UNC Charlotte, 2006 - 2009
BA - Western Washington University, 1996 - 2000 (Political Science / Law)


UNC Charlotte (UNCC)
*Assessment, Reflection & Management Practices (MDSK)

North Carolina Standard Course Of Study (NCSCOS)
*World History / Honors World History
*Civics & Economics / Honors Civics & Economics
*U.S. History / Honors U.S. History
*Speech & Debate I, II, III
*Law & Justice
*NC Issues
*A.V.I.D. Elective
*Leadership Elective

Research Interests/Areas of Expertise

Areas of Research Interest Include:
*New Teacher Development / Training / Coaching Methods
*Teacher Evaluation Methods
*Teacher Pay and Compensation Issues
*Educational & School Finance


National Board Certification - Secondary Social Studies - 2012

Community Involvement

Active and ardent advocate for literacy, specifically as it pertains to early childhood development. Pursues this passion via weekly reading sessions with neighboring Pre-K center.