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Ellen Kronowitz VITA
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Publications

  • The Teacher's Guide to Success (2007). Allyn & Bacon.
  • Your First Year of Teaching and Beyond, 4th Edition. (2003) Allyn & Bacon/Longman
  • Interview on the Microsoft Teacher Network Web Site featuring best practices on: Social Studies in Elementary and Middle School Classrooms. (http:// www.microsoft.com/education), January, 2001.
  • Happy birthday America. (2001). Carlsbad, CA: Dominie Press.
  • Officer Gonzalez and Cindy. (2001). Carlsbad, CA: Dominie Press.
  • Seven is a lucky number. (2001). Carlsbad, CA: Dominie Press.
  • Tony the Shoemaker. (2001). Carlsbad, CA: Dominie Press.
  • Dr. Tran to the Rescue. (2001). Carlsbad, CA: Dominie Press.
  • Native American Arts and Culture. Kronowitz and Walley, B. with contributions of eight graduate students. (2000). Westminster, CA: Teacher Created Materials.
  • Your First Year of Teaching and Beyond (3rd ed.). (1999). New York: Longman.
Professional Experience

  • Professor of Education, California State University, San Bernardino. University Liaison to the Hillside University Demonstration School
  • M.A. Coordinator, School of Education
  • Associate Professor
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor and Program Development Specialist
  • Early Childhood Education Instructor
  • 3rd-6th Grade Teacher
  • Program Design and Curriculum Development
Degrees, Licenses and Credentials

  • Fulbright Summer Seminar in Indonesia/Singapore, 1988.
  • Japan Institute for Social and Economic Affairs (JISEA) Fellowship, 1986.
  • Fulbright Summer Seminar, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1982.
  • Ed.D.,Curriculum, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, 1976 Dissertation: Field Test and Assessment of an Instructional Module: Perceptual Bias in Observing Behavior.
  • Ed. M., Teacher Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, 1974.
  • Archaeology Program, Tel Aviv University, Summer 1971.
  • M.A., Curriculum and Instruction, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, 1969.
  • B.A., Education and French, Queens College, City University of New York, 1966; Graduated: Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa.


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