Recent News

January 2019


Dr. Andrea Honigsfeld, Associate Dean and Ed.D. Program Director, will be the keynote speaker at the ELLSA (English Language Learning Specialists in Asia) conference- Collaborations: Promoting Professional Partnerships taking place in Bangkok, Thailand on January 26-27, 2019.

June 2018


Dr. Allison Roda
quoted in City Limits her research surround the assessment of gifted and talented students.

February 2018


Congratulations to Dr. Andrea Honigsfeld and Dr.Maria Dove, winners of the Textbook Excellence Award from the Textbook and Academic Authors Association.

December 2017

Cohort One Ed.D. student, Dorothy Drexel, presented at a Leadership Conference in Cape Town, South Africa

"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" Day 4 in Cape Town
"Ours is a work to solve the needs of the people." Those were the opening words of one of the World Food Prize Laureates that addressed the conference yesterday about his work in Uganda with growing orange flesh sweet potatoes. I am far from an agricultural researcher, and I have never thought about the orange flesh sweet potato, but the passion that this man had about making a life changing difference for his fellow humans was palpable. The other line that stood out of his presentation for me was: "This crop improves vitamin A status and the reduction of stunting in children. The orange flesh sweet potato has so much untapped potential." This global vision is the mindset that we all should have, and in turn, this honored scholar's words are metaphorical for our work in the classroom. How are we focusing on topics that are potential building instead of being bogged down with the distractions of "empty calories"? So...I presented the information about my future study. It was well received, and I now have made many connections with like-minded researchers from around the world. This was an experience that I lack words to describe.

November 2017


Dr. Joanna Alcruz, Assistant Professor, Ed.D. Faculty
Alcruz, J. & Devanney, G. (2017, September). Are you Ready for the Next Conversation? Hint: Faculty are the Key. Paper presented at Annual Convention of Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation, Washington, DC, US.


Ed.D. Faculty member, Dr. Audrey Cohan, together with colleague, Dr. Chuck Howlett, published an article, "John Dewey and the Significance of Peace Education in American Democracy" in the Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 16 (2017), 456-472.

Kelley Cordeiro and Mariola Krol, both Ed.D. Cohort 2 students, presented at the NYSTESOL Conference, November 3-4, 2017; "The Peaceful Classroom" and  "Grade Placement for English Language Learners"


Ed.D. Cohort 1 student, Amy Eckelmann was the recipient of the NYSTESOL Teacher Award at the NYSTESOL Conference, November 3-4, 2017.


Dr. Allison Roda's
article "Choosing Integration, and Making It Last", was recently published in AASA School Administrator, November 2017  Click for article

October 2017


Ed.D. Cohort 1 student, Desiree Moodley, presented her paper, Critical Thinking Practice in Pre-service Teacher Preparation: From Pedantic Ignorance toward Pedagogical Enlightenment  at the Austrian Centre for Philosophy for Children - ACPC - International Conference on Philosophy for Children, University of Graz, Austria, under the auspices of the Austrian Commission for UNESCO 19-24 Oct, 2017.

Ed.D. faculty member, Dr. Allison Roda's research was cited in an article on Chalkbeat.org: Do 'good' parents prep their kids for gifted exams? The answer varies by race, study finds. Click here for article. 


Congratulations to Ed.D. Director, Dr. Andrea Honigsfeld and Ed.D. faculty member, Dr. Maria Dove on the publication of their latest book Co-Teaching for English Learners. 


Ed.D. Director, Dr. Andrea Honigsfeld presented at the 2017 Annual WIDA Conference, Oct. 16-19, 2017 Co-assessment as, for, and of Learning: The Power of Collaboration.

 

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