June Millovich
School / Office / Department
Humanities and Social Sciences
Program / Division
Child Development and Education

Personal Information



June’s experiences include care and education of infants and toddlers, preschool children, and substitute teaching in both public and private K-12 settings in addition to raising three children. Areas of study include teaching methodology and curriculum development across disciplines, modalities, ages and stages; concept development through outdoor and environmental education, the influence of environments on children’s school experiences, and the effects of adults as positive role models for developing youth. June has three children of her own and has volunteered for many years in community and youth group programs introducing children and families to camping and nature. When she is not teaching, June enjoys the outdoors, home projects, reading, gardening, cooking, training her Australian Labradoodle "Otto", and traveling.

Formal Education

  • Ph.D. Claremont Graduate University,
    Education: Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
    Dissertation: Understanding the Early Childhood Practicum Course in California's Community Colleges
  • M.S. California State University Fullerton,
    Education: Early Childhood Curriculum and Instruction
    Thesis: Business Practices for Family Child Care Providers
  • Multiple Subjects Teaching Clear Credential, California State University San Bernardino
  • B.S California State University San Bernardino,
    Liberal Studies: Human Development. Minor: Child Psychology