Andrea Peach


Dr. Peach has been teaching at Georgetown College since 1998. Her primarily teaching and research interests include instructional technology, designing instructional multimedia (primarily including web-based instruction), and assessment technologies. She is very active with the state STLP advisory board and works with robotics competitions and camps each year. Dr. Peach is a Professor of Education, the Associate Dean of Graduate Education, and Director of the Instructional Technology Endorsement Program.

Dr. Peach has an Ed.D. in Instruction and Administration (emphasis in Instructional Design and Technology) and a Master and Bachelor of Music in Bassoon Performance from the University of Kentucky. She has been married for over 28 years to Harold, and has a son in college (Ryan). Dr. Peach enjoys traveling, reading, singing in her church praise team, and playing her bassoon.

I can do everything through HIM who gives me strength. Philippians 4:13 (NIV)


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