|Name:||Dr. Doreen Saccomano|
|Title:||Assistant Professor Adolescent Literacy|
|Office Location:||Dyson 337|
|Extension:||(845) 575-3000 ext. 2366|
Ed. D. from Central Connecticut State University
Permanent NYS certification as School District Administrator
Permanent NYS certification in Reading K-12
Permanent certification in NYS Early Childhood and Elementary Education
Dr. Doreen Saccomano has a wealth of teaching experience, at both the K-12 and university level. She received a BA in Psychology from Lehman College, an M.S. in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from the College of New Rochelle and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Central Connecticut State University. She has taught at Pace University and Mercy College and was a facilitator for online courses taught through Kaplan University. She has had experience as a classroom teacher at several grade levels, was a reading consultant for school districts, and served as Director of Instructional Support Services for the Monroe-Woodbury School District. Most recently, she worked as a reading specialist for the Briarcliff Manor School District, where she helped to restructure the Academic Intervention Services program for adolescent literacy education, helped to implement Response to Intervention within the literacy framework for adolescent literacy education and provided onsite, classroom-based professional development for teachers in her school. Dr. Saccomano’s research area of interest is in the conditions of learning that contribute to the development of adolescent literacy education.
Saccomano, D. (2013). Helping teacher candidates climb the staircase of complexity. Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning, 7 (2), 38-46.
Saccomano, D. (2012). Book Review: Spaces and Places- Designing Classrooms for Literacy. Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning, 7 (1), 87-90.
Examining how the gradual release of responsibilty and the conditions of learning determine pre service teachers work with adolescent students.
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