- Ed.D., Curriculum and Instruction, Liberty University (2021)
- B.A. Literature w/9-12 Teaching Licensure, UNC-Asheville (2007)
- M.A. Ed. English Education, WCU (2009)
Dr. Bridget Morton is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Education and also serves as the Assistant Director of Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Program, funded by a Library of Congress grant. She teaches courses in the education department focused on teaching methods and learning theories. Her doctoral research focused on digital pedagogy and building self-efficacy for digital instruction among pre-service teachers. As the director of TPS, Dr. Morton helps teachers at all grade levels incorporate inquiry-based primary source instruction into their curricula.
Dr. Morton began her career in 2007 as a high school English teacher in Buncombe County Schools where she remained for ten years before joining the Mars Hill University Education Department. As a high school English teacher, Mrs. Morton’s classroom instruction was focused on critical thinking, close reading of complex texts, project-based learning, intense writing instruction, and collaborative design. She also served as Department Chair, Balanced Literacy Team Co-Chair, and Lead Teacher on Buncombe County Schools ELA team.