Welcome to Dr. Laura McLaughlin Taddei's Wiki


Here is a Prezi I created to provide you with my background and help you get to know a little bit about me -
http://prezi.com/dslqaxkcpysm/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share
I created this page as a collaborative way to share resources regarding faculty and professional development. I believe in lifelong learning and continual improvement and sharing and growing with colleagues in a facilitative and collaborative style. Please feel free to join this wiki and share and use resources on these pages. Please click on the tabs to the left for more information.

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Coauthor of Nurturing Young Innovators: Cultivating Creativity in the Classroom, Home, and Community:
Available on Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/Nurturing-Young-Innovators-McLaughlin-Taddei/dp/1564843904/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1494117948&sr=8-1&keywords=nurturing+young+innovators+taddei

Available at ISTE:
https://www.iste.org/resources/product?id=4004&name=Nurturing+Young+Innovators


Coauthor of Teaching the 4 Cs with Technology. To find out more about our book, please check out our website at
https://leveragingtechnologytointegratethe4cs.wikispaces.com/


More information about our book and teaching the 4 Cs with technology can be found at the links below:





Contact

  • Please contact me at drlaurataddei@gmail.com with any questions or comments.
  • Twitter @drlaurataddei
  • Instagram @drtaddei

Bio:


I am currently an Associate Professor of Education at Neumann University in Aston, PA, where I teach undergraduate and graduate courses. I am a professional development speaker in both higher education and PreK-12 settings. My research interests are in the area of teacher and faculty development, culturally responsive teaching, collaboration and peer to peer support, educational technology, and instructional coaching. I obtained my Doctorate in Education from Widener University, a Masters in Education from Cabrini College, and a Bachelors in Organizational Dynamics and Human Performance Management from Immaculata University. I have 10+ years' experience as a leader in higher education with a mix of administration and teaching and varied departmental and institutional responsibilities. I am co-author of "Teaching the 4 Cs with Technology: How do I use 21st century tools to teach 21st century skills." I am dedicated to teaching and modeling the use of innovation, creativity, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration both within the classroom setting and beyond. I am also the chair of the faculty senate committee (Learning Outcomes and Assessment Committee) providing support and guidance to faculty on assessment plans and reports.

Please click here to view my most current CV:


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