Ed.D., Rutgers University. Areas of professional interest include literacy, motivation, classroom environment, electronic dialoguing, and mentoring.
Ph.D., Fordham University, Applied Developmental Psychology; M.A., New York University, Educational Psychology; B.A., University of Hartford, Psychology and Criminal Justice. Research interests include cognitive and moral development with a specific focus on empathy, school culture, and moral education.
MS Management Systems Analysis, Kean University; BS Information Science, Stockton State College Certifications: CNE Certified Network Engineer, Novell
Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Education, Boston University (anticipated May 2013). Certifications: Nationally Registered Music Educator (RME), Supervisory Certificate; 30 hours in Educational Administration, Educational Experience: Adjunct Professor of Music, Monmouth University; Departmental Supervisor of Music, Art, Business Technology, Industrial Arts, and Home Economics; Director of Vocal Music; Teacher of General Music
B.A., History, St. Peter's College; M.A., Education Administration, William Paterson University.
M.Ed, Masters in Education, Monmouth University; MAT, Master of Arts in Teaching, Monmouth University; BA, Psychology, Adams State College, Colorado.
MAT, B.S., Computer Science, Monmouth University.
M.S.Ed, Masters in Psychological Counseling, Northeastern University; BSW, Social Work, Ohio State University.
M.A., Education, Georgian Court College; B.A., English Education, Siena College.
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University; M.S., Marywood College. Professional interests include special education, behavior management, pre-service and in-service teacher training, and secondary.
BA, History, Monmouth University
Ed.D., Rutgers University. MA, Fairleigh-Dickinson. BA, Lafayette College. Professional interests include teacher retention in special education, science education, and students with emotional/behavioral disabilities.
Ed.D., University of Montana. Specialty is science education and informal science, e.g. museums. Founder of the Smart Discovery Center, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
M.A. in Special Education, Lehman College. Professional interests include Special Education teacher training in inclusive settings, and assessment.
Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction: Teacher Education, Secondary Literacy, Curriculum Studies, Kent State University; Master of Education, Kent State University, Curriculum and Instruction: Secondary Literacy, Cognitive Research, and Theory; B.S., Kent State University, Secondary English Education Communications.
Ed.D., Cognitive Psychology, Rutgers University; Ed.M., Science Education, Harvard University; B.A., Zoology/Chemistry, Hunter College, The City University of New York. Professional interests include issues in science and society and applications of computer technology to classroom teaching.
Ph.D., Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN), Cultural Foundations of Education; M.A., Korea University (Seoul, Korea), Philosophy and History of Education; B.A., Korea University (Seoul, Korea), Education and Sociology. Research interests include social studies education, foundations of education with a specific focus on philosophy of education, and John Dewey's theories of moral education and aesthetic education.
Ph.D., University of California, Riverside, Special Education; BCBA, National University; M.A., California State University, Northridge, Special Education; B.A., Clemson University, Financial Management. Research interests include student-teacher relationships, the factors that mediate those relationships, and the role of culture in treatment decisions for children with autism.
Ed.D., Rutgers University. Research interests include elementary and secondary mathematics education.
M.Ed. and BA English, Monmouth University. Retired from ten years of administrative work as a Curriculum Coordinator/Subject Area Supervisor for Keansburg and K-12 Language Arts Supervisor for Hazlet. This was preceded by thirty years of classroom teaching both as a teacher of English 7-12 and as a Reading Specialist in Long Branch and Keyport. She has served on a variety of state and local committees focusing on instruction in urban schools.
Ed.D., Educational Administration and Supervision, Seton Hall University; M.A., Computer Science, Montclair State University; M.A., Mathematics Education, Montclair State University; B.A., Mathematics, New Jersey City University. Professional interests include supporting equity and access to important mathematics for all through active engagement in initiatives aligning curriculum, assessment and professional development research and practice.
Ph.D., Counselor of Education and Supervision, University of Nevada, Reno; M.A., Counseling, Emphasis: School Counseling, University of Nevada, Reno; B.A., Psychology, University of Tampa, FL. Areas of professional interest include school counselor education and supervision, group counseling, substance abuse awareness programs, and play therapies.
BA, History, Monmouth University. Currently seeking an MA in History at Monmouth University.
Ed.D., Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Math Education; M.A., Montclair State College, Montclair, NJ; B.A., Math Education, Montclair, NJ. Areas of professional interest include mathematics, interdisciplinary teaming, middle school design, and the use of technology in leadership.
Ph.D., Literacy and Language, Rutgers Graduate School of Education, B.A., Mount Holyoke, Hadley Massachusetts.
Masters in Speech Language Pathology, Kean University and a Masters in Audiology, Montclair University, BS, Richard Stockton State College. Professional interests include early identification of hearing loss and central auditory processing disorders, aphasia, craniofacial disorders including cleft palate, autism, language disorders, feeding and swallowing disorders. I am an advocate of total communication and the incorporation of multimodality approaches in the clinical and classroom setting in order to enhance language and communication abilities, as well as best practices and the issues that occur when delivering speech services in the public school setting.
Ph.D., University of Arkansas, Counselor Education; M.S., Wilkes University, Educational Technology; M.A., Lehigh University, Counseling Psychology; B.A., East Stroudsburg University, Sociology. Experienced in multicultural counseling with families in urban environments. Research interests include development and teaching of multicultural counseling, client advocacy, and clinical supervision.
M.Ed. Masters in Education, The College of New Jersey, SAC Certification. Worked as a health and physical education teacher, school counselor and Director of Guidance in New Jersey.
Kerry has worked as a classroom teacher in general and special education, a Reading Specialist for grades k-12, a Reading Recovery teacher, a staff developer, and school administrator in both New York and New Jersey. In addition to her teaching position at Monmouth University, Ms. Rizzuto has completed the Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant program at Monmouth University and is currently completing a doctoral program at Rowan University.
Ph.D., University of Albany, State University of New York. Areas of interest include factors that promote success for at-risk children including: children with disabilities and chronic health problems; multicultural approaches to child development; social and psychological foundations of education; and applied research.
Ph.D, Old Dominion University, Education: M.S., University of Rochester, Higher Education Student Affairs & Counseling; B.A., Christopher Newport University, Psychology. Research interests include masculinity, alcohol misuse, and identity development in traditional college students as well as academic advising and the college fraternity/sorority experience. Member of ACA, NACADA, NASPA, ACPA, and AFA.
Ed.D., Boston University, Developmental Studies; M.A., University of North Dakota, English Literature; B.A., University Wisconsin--LaCrosse, English and Political Science. Research interests include family literacy and creating strong home-school partnerships.