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Bethany Howard

Assistant Professor
School of Education

Bethany Howard began her teaching career in a low-income, inner-city school, teaching middle schoolers in a self-contained special education classroom. She joined the faculty of Maranatha Baptist Academy when she and her husband moved to Watertown in 2009. In the fall of 2021, Mrs. Howard transitioned to the University, as part of the Special Education faculty. Her years of experience in both a special education classroom and high school, combined with her passion for students, make her a great fit for the School of Education.

Mrs. Howard enjoys taking advanced concepts and helping students “make it practical” for their classrooms someday. “I’m currently studying the Gospels and have been challenged by Jesus as the Master Teacher and the teaching methods He used to spread His message.”

Education and Credentials

MEd in Teaching and Learning, Maranatha Baptist University

  • Certificate in Cross-Categorical Special Education, Maranatha Baptist University

BS in Multi-Categorical Special Education, Bob Jones University


Campus Involvement: School of Education Fieldwork Coordinator

Family: Bethany and Joshua have been married since 2008. They have four children, two boys and two girls. Joshua teaches history at Maranatha Baptist Academy.


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Church Ministry: Bethany is involved in the music ministry of her local church, participating in the choir and playing piano.

Other activities and interests: Bethany enjoys going on family adventures, especially traveling together.