Ed.D. Indiana University
M.Ed. Saint Michael's College
B.S. Purdue University
Courses I Teach:
- Adolescent Development for undergraduates
- Classroom Assessment Design and Practice
- Student Teaching Seminar for graduate students
- The Decision to Teach
I also supervise student teachers in the field.
I am particularly interested in personalized learning and the concept of teacher dispositions.
My doctorate is from Indiana University in Bloomington, in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. My dissertation is titled, "A Qualitative Study of Teacher Interpretation and Instructional Decision-Making in Response to Student Voice."
I co-authored a teacher's guide, "Using Standards in Your Classroom: A Teacher Resource Guide," for the Vermont Department of Education, and I made conference presentations with colleagues titled "Teacher Quality Enhancement" and "Middle Frame for School Improvement."
Michael P. Stefanowicz ’09, assistant director of admission, with Associate Professor of Education Claudine Bedell and student Taylor Donnelly ’16, presented on November 20 at the Vermont Standards Based Learning Symposium. Their session was titled “Standards Based Learning and the Transition to College.”
(posted January 2016)