|Name:||Mrs. Money Guiden-Dent|
|Department:||College of Education|
After graduating from Lincoln University in 1965 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education, Ms. Guiden taught in the East St. Louis District #189 from 1966 - 1986, and was then promoted to Supervisor of Elementary Curriculum from 1986-1994 where she guided novice teachers and mentored veteran teachers. It was her responsiblity to update them on any new curriculum. In 1994, Guiden became the principal of Morrison Elementary School where she administered a staff of 33 teachers and ancillary staff with a student body of 400-500 students, grades Pre-K- 6. The student body was diverse housing Middle Eastern, Hispanic, African American, disabled and other special education students (changed later to pre-k-5th); Guiden retired in 2001. Having served as an Adjunct at Harris -Stowe State College, she applied for full-time employment and was hired in 2001. Guiden has served on many committees at Harris-Stowe State University. In addition to instructing students, she also mentors by assisting students with their program selections and personal concerns relating to success in their field.
EDUC 307 Music, Art, Movement, Drama Play;
|Publications:||A poem: "Following In Your Path"|
|Presentations:||2004-2008 Faciltated Parent Symposiums connecting parents to area Community Resources. This symposium is planned with Guident's leadership by the preservice students in course 305-01 Utilizing Community & Family Resources in Early Childhood.|
|Certifications:||Earned Administrative Certification (October 4, 1984)|
Teacher Service Award East St. LouIs District #189 (2001);