Dr Charles Tita

Charles Tita has worked as a higher education administrator for over twelve years, first as Department Chair and now as Distance Education Director. Throughout, he is an English faculty, too, teaching courses in the areas of English literature, African American literature, Humanities, Literary Theory and English Composition. Charles Tita holds a Master of Arts and a Ph.D. in English from Howard University, Washington D.C. He is also a graduate from Harvard University's Management Development Program (MDP). His research interests include: post colonial discourses, narratology and the scholarship of distance learning.

There are 4 included publications by Dr Charles Tita :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Flexibility, Variety, and Quality in Teacher Education 2007 1008 This article discusses how the University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP) offers a variety of teacher education programs that are designed to attract high quality students. It also discusses how flexibility in admissions, program and scheduling ...
Is Cultural Competence Only a Classroom Project? 2009 4081 This article discusses the importance of making students aware of other peoples and cultures. It also discusses how “cultural competence” plays a significant role in our daily lives because of increased global communication and interaction.
Troops to Teachers: An Alternative Teacher Resource 2008 1286 This article discusses the “Troops to Teachers” program at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP) and how this program is instrumental in helping to alleviate teacher shortages, especially in rural areas.
Working together: Building an Online Orientation 2008 1302 This session discussed how the Office of Distance Education and the Mary Livermore Library collaborated to create an online orientation for UNCP's distance education programs. In addition to sharing the history and related issues of the project, the ...