Julie Tate | Curriculum and Instruction | SIU

Southern Illinois University



Curriculum and Instruction

Julie Tate

Lecturer, Program Coordinator/instructional Leader

Phone: (618) 453-4276
Email: jktate@siu.edu
Office: Quigley 121
875 S. Normal Avenue
Mail Code 4633
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, IL 62901


Julie Tate is a Lecturer and Program Coordinator/Instructional Leader for the Southern Region Early Childhood Programs (SRECP), an Illinois State Board of Education Early Childhood Block Grant Preschool For All (PFA) Program. Julie was first employed with the program as a prekindergarten teacher for seven years. She accepted a position with the SRECP leadership team as the Program Evaluation and Assessment Specialist for one year and then she became a Program Coordinator/Instructional Leader in 2013. Julie collects and reports enrollment data for the grants and she oversees PFA classrooms in the public school districts in Franklin County.

Education and Work Experience:

Program Coordinator, Southern Region Early Childhood Programs, March, 2013 – present
Evaluation and Assessment Specialist, Southern Region Early Childhood Programs, April, 2012 – February 2013
Assistant Prekindergarten Teacher, Southern Region Early Childhood Programs, October, 2015 – April, 2012
Early Childhood Endorsement-Illinois Teacher License, SIUC 2008
Master of Science in Education, Curriculum & Instruction, SIUC 2001
Classroom Teacher, Ewing-Northern School District, August, 1997 – May, 2002
Bachelor of Science in Education, Elementary Education, SIUC 1998


Illinois Teacher License Grades K-9 with Endorsements in Social Science, Mathematics, and Language Arts
Illinois Teacher License Early Childhood Endorsement

Instructional Interests:

Early Childhood Education
Early Childhood Assessment Practices
Early Childhood Social-Emotional Education