Carol Berner, M.S.Ed.

Carol Berner
Director 2006-2009

Teacher Educator
Williamsville, VT

Carol teaches courses and supervises students at Antioch University New England Graduate School of Education and Smith College Department of Education and Child Study. Courses include: Children Leaning to Read, Conceptual Development, Reflective Practice in Secondary Education, and Understanding the American Middle School and High School. Carol also works with public school teachers through grant-funded professional development programs, including a Teaching American History project focused on documenting and interpreting the lives of African Americans in 18th century Deerfield, and an interdisciplinary poetry and art project connecting children with their local environments.

Before moving to this area, Carol taught at Bank Street College of Education, where she was a Graduate Faculty Advisor; member of the Induction Committee for the Teachers for a New Era Initiative; Course Instructor for Science and Poetry; and Founder of Bridges From Bank Street, an induction program for new public school teachers. Carol was a public school classroom teacher in NYC and CT for over twelve years, including teaching third and sixth grade public school students at City Hall Academy, a pilot professional development lab school sponsored by the New York City Department of Education.

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