MY ALMA MATER

BA in the behavioral Sciences/Psychology  and Sociology

BA in Elementary Education (K-6) Special Education (K-12) learning disabilities

Mercy College

                                                                                                                  

MS in Education

MS and ABD in Educational Psychology 

  

MS in Educational Administration

Ford ham University Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York


Graduate studies in:

Theology

TESOL

Media Education

Technology

 

TEACHER'S REFLECTION:

Dr. Abraham Heschel, an interna- tionally known teacher, scholar and activist, must surely be speaking of identity and integrity when he says: Everything depends on the person who stands in front of the classroom. The teacher is not an automatic fountain from which intellectual beverages may be obtained. He is either a witness or a stranger. To guide a pupil into the promised land, he must have been there himself. When asking himself: Do I stand for what I teach? Do I believe what I say?, he must be able to answer in the affirmative. What we need more than anything else is not textbooks but text people. It is the personality of the teacher which is the text that the pupils read, the text that they will never forget (I asked for Wonder 62)

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