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Leadership, Faculty & Staff

Leslie Lott, M.E.T.

Assistant Professor of Education

Leslie Lott, M.E.T.

Assistant Professor of Education
Education
leslie.lott@uprovidence.edu

Professor Lott taught in the public-school system in both Idaho and Montana prior to joining the faculty in 2012. She did graduate work in instructional design, educational technology, library science, and counseling. She helped bring about the Quality Matters initiative, a training program for professors to ensure high quality online course design. Professor Lott serves on the Montana State Praxis committee, which reviews the teacher certification exams, and sits on the State Council of Deans of Education. 

The university mission inspires her, with a special emphasis on the underprivileged; she endeavors to help students see their divine worth. She serves on the Core Advisory Committee.

A Montana native, she loves the close-knit community with space to roam. She serves in a regional leadership role for women’s ministries at her church. She is also an enrolled member of the Choctaw tribe.

BA, Boise State University
MET, Boise State University

“Dear Teacher, I am the survivor of a concentration camp. My eyes saw what no man should witness: gas chambers built by learned engineers, children poisoned by educated physicians, infants killed by trained nurses, and women and babies shot and burned by high school graduates. So I am suspicious of education. My request is: Help your students to become more human. Your efforts must never produce learned monsters, skilled psychopaths, educated Eichmanns. Reading, writing, and arithmetic are important only if they serve to make our children more human.”
-Haim Ginott, 20th c. teacher and psychologist