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Richard Marchesani VITA
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  • Ed.D. Child and Youth Studies/Curriculum and Human Development – 1993
    Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
    >Dissertation title: "A Parent Awareness Program for the Junior High School Setting with a Focus on Proactive Communication through a Political Empowerment of Parents."
  • M.S. English Education
    Syracuse University – Syracuse, New York – 1973
  • B.A. English Literature
    Utica College of Syracuse University – 1970
Teaching/Education Experience

  • 28 years as a middle school English teacher
  • 7 years experience as a professor in Elmira College Teacher Preparation Program and as Supervisor of student teachers.
  • Supervised student teachers in the city schools of Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Education columnist for Rome Observer, Rome, NY. (1994-1999)
Publications and Papers

  • Designed test questions, essays, and reviews for website instruction related to classroom management. Pearson Education/Prentice Hall. October and November, 2006.
  • A Field Guide to Teaching: A Handbook for Teachers. Pearson Education/Prentice Hall. It is geared for students in their final year of teaching preparation and first-year teachers. It is also being packaged for staff development workshops and seminars. August, 2006.
  • Authored Testbank for Michael Henniger's text The Teaching Experience. Pearson Education/Prentice Hall. September, 2003.
  • Designed Powerpoint and Transparencies for Michael Henniger's text The Teaching Experience, Prentice Hall September, 2003.
  • Authored Mentoring Handbook for first-year teachers, Rome City School District, Rome, NY. (1997-98)
  • Authored Instructor's Manual for John Santrock's Children, 6th and 7th editions. McGraw-Hill. (June 1999 & June 2001).
  • Authored website resource material for Santrock's Children, 7th edition. McGraw-Hill (September, 1999).

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