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College of Education

Faculty and Staff

Victoria Oglan, Ph.D.

Title: Clinical Assistant Professor
Department: Instruction and Teacher Education
College of Education
Phone: 803-777-7749

Wardlaw 206



Victoria Oglan is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Secondary English Education and Language and Literacy. She taught high school English in Canada for 31 years, retired and joined the USC faculty in 2003. She teaches graduate classes in secondary English methodology, teacher research, classroom assessment, and content literacy. As well, she conducts workshops and presentations on a variety of topics related to K-12 education. She is the Co-Director of the Midlands Writing Project (MWP), Co-Director of Project RAISSE (Reading Assistance Initiative for Secondary School Educators), Director of the USC Accreditation Team for SCISA (South Carolina Independent School Association), on the Writing Improvement Network (WIN) Board of Directors, and has served as a member of the SCRI Teaching Team working with middle school literacy coaches. Her areas of research interest include adolescent/content literacy, high school reading/writing workshop, the impact of technology on teaching.