Dr. Anna Epperly is an Assistant Professor of the Department of Teacher Education at Anderson University and has been a faculty member since 2015. She completed degrees and obtained licensure in K-12 special education, building administration, and district special education administration, working in an urban district with at-risk students for 13 years before entering the field of higher education at Ball State University. Dr. Epperly’s fields of specialty include behavior and classroom management; curriculum development and implementation; public policy; program and unit accreditation; teacher self-efficacy; and high-yield instructional strategies. Dr. Epperly currently belongs to the Teacher Education and Council for Administrators for Special Education divisions of the Council for Exceptional Children, the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, the Indiana Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Outside of the classroom, Dr. Epperly is actively involved with the Madison County Historical Society as the Accessions Manager. She lives in Anderson with her husband, Scott, and their three children, Elizabeth, Nathan, and Alex.