Mr. Charles Longshore

Hello My Name Is...

Charles Longshore

I am extremely honored and excited to start the 2019-2020 school year as the new Assistant Principal at Asbury High School.  I am so impressed by the staff, students, and community and I cannot wait to become a bigger part of the Asbury Ram Family.  I look forward to serving the students of this community.  I always strive to be an advocate for the students who walk into my school.  I also am excited to work to help improve the education of our students by improving instruction and the opportunities that are afforded to them. My door is always open and I am eager to serve.  

I am originally from Blount County, AL where I grew up and taught for several years.  I have 15 years of teaching experience overall and have learned from some amazing schools in the Tuscaloosa, Jefferson, and Blount County areas.  My wife, Shannon, and I have been married for 10 years.  We have three boys: Conner (8), Greer (2), and Lennox (1).  Our family motto is Ephesians 3:20- "All to Him who is able to do exceedingly, abundantly more than we could ask or imagine, according to His power that lives in us."  If you sit down long enough with me, I will probably share just how good God has been to us.  

Education


Ed. S. in Secondary Education Social Sciences.  College of Education. The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL. Research interests: Bloom’s Taxonomy and Primary Sources.  August, 2013. 


Master of Continuing Education in Instructional Leadership.  College of Education.  The University of West Alabama, Livingston, AL.  August , 2016.


Master of Arts in Secondary Education Social Sciences.   College of Education.  The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.  May, 2007


Bachelor’s of Science in Secondary Education Social Sciences.  College of Education. The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.  December, 2004. Magna Cum Laude.


Presentations


Longshore, C. (2018).  Helping general education teachers with inclusion students.  Presented at the University of Alabama Conference on Effective Teaching, Gadsden, AL.

 

Longshore, C. (2012).  The mobile classroom. Presented at the Technology, Education, and Research Conference, the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.

 

Robertson, W. B., Campbell, T., Walton, M., Longshore, C., Acosta, M. M. (2018). Memory work: Explorations  of race and identity. Panel Session presented at the University of Alabama ESPRMC Graduate Research Symposium, Tuscaloosa, AL.

 

Publications


Longshore, C.  (2013). Bloom’s taxonomy and primary source interpretation.  The University of Alabama College of Education, Tuscaloosa, AL.