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Program Faculty

John Ameer, Ed.D.
History of American Education, with special emphasis on the complexities of Urban Education
Tel: 1-508-793-7157

Katerine Bielaczyc, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Education; Director, Hiatt Center for Urban Education; Co-chair, Department of Education
Director of the Hiatt Center for Urban Education; Fostering knowledge building communities, teacher research and inquiry, epistemic games and metacognition, design research
Tel: 1-508-793-7222

Thomas Del Prete, Ed.D.
Director of the Adam Institute for Urban Teaching, School Partnership and Practice; Co-chair, Education Department; Professor of Practice
Director of the Adam School of Urban Teaching and School Practice; Teacher education, university-school partnership, communities of practice, learning communities, spirituality and education
Tel: 1-508-793-7197

Eric DeMeulenaere, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Education
Urban Education; Critical Pedagogy; Critical Theory; Critical Media Literacy; Communities of Practice in Schools and Classrooms; Pedagogies of Trust; Participatory Action Research; Counterstory-telling
Tel: 1-508-421-3750

Holly Dolan, M.Ed.
Associate Professor of Practice, Department of Education
Pre-K and Elementary education
Tel: 1-508-421-3772

Letina Jeranyama, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Practice, Department of Education
Science education, embedded assessment as a guide to teaching and learning, scientific literacy
Tel: 1-508-793-7756

Sarah Michaels, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Education; Director, Cultural Studies and Communication Program
Relationships among language, discourse, culture, and schooling; discourse analysis relating to classroom life and learning; teacher research
Tel: 1-508-793-7222

Carmen Ocón, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Practice, Education department
Tel: 1-508-793-7251

Jie Park, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Education
Dr. Park's research interests include adolescent literacy and language practices in school and out-of-school settings. For the past two years, she has been studying how first-generation immigrant students acquire academic discourses, and what cultural and linguistic resources they bring to their schooling.
Tel: 1-508-793-7737

Heather L. Roberts, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Practice, Department of Education
Writing and literature, literacy, school-university partnerships, collaborative currculum development, school reform
Tel: 1-508-793-7146

Raphael Rogers, Ph.D.
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Education
Tel: 1-508-793-7333

Part-Time Faculty

James McDermott, Ed.D.
Literacy across the Curriculum, Secondary Teacher education with emphasis on Learner-Centered classrooms that emphasis writing, reading and thinking
Tel: 1-508-793-7333

Kyle Pahigian, M.A.T.
Math Teacher, University Park Campus School: Seconday math education

Nathaniel C. Seale, M.Ed.
Human Services Program, School Psychology Program
Tel: 1-508-421-3788

Research Faculty

Nastasia Lawton-Sticklor, Ph.D.
Tel: 1-508-793-7522

Emeriti Faculty

S. Leslie Blatt, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of Physics and Education
Experimental physics, methods and practice in science education, science and society, environmental issues and their scientific dimensions
Tel: 1-508-793-7366

David Zern, Ph.D.
Moral development, values and religiosity; exploration and development of values education in schools; teacher research; analysis of learning and teaching
Tel: 1-508-793-7224