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3100 Gillham Hall, MS 914
Toledo, OH 43606
419-530-2495
419-530-2906
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Department of Curriculum and Instruction
2000 Gillham Hall, MS 924
Toledo, OH 43606
419-530-5371
CI@UToledo.edu

Eric Landversicht

Lecturer and CTE Coordinator
Career-Tech Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Gillham Hall Room 2000C
Mail Stop 924
Phone:  419.530.7291
Fax: 419.530.2466
eric.landversicht@utoledo.edu

Eric Landversicht is the CTE Program Coordinator at the University of Toledo.  He has been at UT since 2015 and has been working in education in some capacity since 2000. He has extensive experience in many facets of education.  He was a counselor at High Life Youth Development Center for one year, Prevention Coordinator at Bloom-Carroll Schools for 10 years, and a Consultant at the Ohio Department of Education in the Office of Career-Technical Education for over five years.

 He believes education is key to improving the human condition.  While working in schools he assisted students and teachers to promote student social-emotional development, resiliency, and promote academic achievement.  His approach to student development focuses around educating the whole person while promoting high standards and achievement.  He believes that student lives can be transformed through meeting them where they are emotionally and academically and then building a relationship that inspires them to see and live up to their full potential as life-long learners.

 Through his work with at-risk students, Eric is very familiar with the barriers to achievement that educators face daily.  He understands the support that is needed to assist educators in tackling the daunting needs of students.  The needs of these students go well beyond academics.   They place the teacher in roles such as role-model, parent, and social worker.

 Eric’s district and state level experience also includes working on local and state level policy and program development, school safety/emergency preparedness, community resource development and collaboration.

Eric’s work experience prior to education focused on at-risk children and adults.  He worked with clients in the community and correctional treatment setting for both juveniles and adults.

Eric has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Toledo, a master’s degree in Counseling from The Methodist Theological School in Ohio and is beginning work on his doctoral degree in Curriculum & Instruction at the University of Toledo.

Last Updated: 9/17/17