Faculty Lecturer, Master of Social Work Program
School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
- Practice I
- Practice II
- Advanced Micro Practice
- School Social Work
- Field Practicum
- Oppression and Racism in K-12 Education
- Educational Trauma
- Childhood and Adolescent Trauma
- Expansion of Social Work in K-12
- Benefits of Gaming
- BSW, Stockton University
- MSW, Stockton University
- DSW, Simmons University
Tiffany Timberman is deeply committed to social work education and students’ success. She provides dynamic and inclusive learning opportunities by utilizing various teaching methods, ensuring students are engaged and entertained.
Driven by a desire to reshape K-12 education, Dr. Timberman advocates for integrating social work more deeply into primary and secondary learning environments by expanding the role of social work in education to occupy administrative and executive positions.
Dr. Timberman strives to generate interest in macro social work to inspire future social workers to engage in dismantling and disrupting oppressive systems. She utilizes student-centered teaching and is dedicated to fostering a classroom community grounded in authenticity, acceptance, and shared learning. For Dr. Timberman, education transcends mere academic achievement. She supports students in developing their social work identity and deepening their understanding of self in relation to broader societal contexts. Balancing academic excellence with emotional well-being defines her teaching approach. Dr. Timberman values and recognizes the unique lived experiences and cultural backgrounds that each student brings into the classroom.
Outside academia, Dr. Timberman engages in contemplative practices, appreciating the exploration of human consciousness and personal insight. She identifies as a member of the video gaming community, has played competitively in the past, and now embraces life as a casual gamer. She also strives to raise awareness about the depth and significance of relationships forged in online gaming.
Dr. Timberman is a supportive ally for students seeking an educator who combines professional expertise with genuine care for their well-being. She welcomes questions, encourages discussions, and believes in mutual growth through the collaborative learning journey.
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