locationBlanton Nursing Building
“The goal of my teaching philosophy is provide various learning environments that allow for the opportunity to expose student nurses to as many experiences and situations as possible. The traditional lecture-type class should be used sparingly. I feel that using learning techniques, such as; active learning activities, games, research projects, case studies, concept mapping and working in groups with peers. can improve meaningful learning, increases critical thinking ability, and generates new knowledge.”
Dr. Marc grew up in the Chicago area and practiced nursing there for most of her career. Upon moving to Florida, she taught at a private University, was the Director of Nursing at a private college and now has settled in to teaching at Florida Southern College.
She enjoys caring for animals and reading.
Doctor of Nursing Practice in Healthcare Systems Leadership, Chamberlain College, 2015-2017
Master of Science in Nursing:Education, Aurora University, 1991-1993
Associate degree of Science-Nursing Triton College, 1973-1977