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Faculty Bios - Mihri Napoliello

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    Dr. Mihri Napoliello

    Email: mnapoliello@njcu.edu
    Phone: (201) 200-3375
    Office: Professional Studies 209 



    Ed.D., Educational Administration, specialization in Higher Education and Bilingual Education.Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, 1994

    MA, Elementary Education specialization in Bilingual Education; Kean University, Union, NJ, 1978

    BA in Special Education; Kean University, Union, NJ, 1974

    NJ teaching certifications:  Special education, Bilingual Education, ESL, Principal/supervisor

    Courses Taught

    MCC 605 Introduction to Bilingual Education

    MCC 607 Theory & Practice of Teaching Bilingual Child in the Content Areas

    MCC 618 Human Relations & Multicultural Ed.

    MCC 619 Americans in the World Community

    MCC 617 Field Experience in Bilingual Ed./ESL

    MCC 627 Historical & Cultural Backgrounds of LEP Students

    MCC 660 Internship in ESL

    MCC 661 Seminar in ESL


    MLK Jr. Luncheon Executive Committee

    Separately Budgeted Research Committee

    Advisory Board member, M. Jerry Weiss Center for Children’s and Young Adult Literature

    Curriculum Committee, COE

    Selected Publications & Presentations

    Napoliello, M. (2011).  Confessions of a teacher of teachersThe X Point in Education:  Where Imagination is Lost, the Journal of the Imagination in Language Learning, 9, 7-9.

    Napoliello, M. (2012).  Confessions of a teacher of teachers.  Reprinted in:  The Academic Forum, 17, (1), 31-32.

    Conference Presentations & Professional Development   

    “The Bilingual Education & Special Education Laws and Administrative Codes” (with Dr. Tracy Amerman), presented at the NJTESOL/NJBE Fall conference “Bilingual Learners and Special Needs, October 2012.

    Sustained professional development in the East Newark Public Schools, “Co-Teaching in Bilingual Education and Special Education”  (with Dr. Tracy Amerman), 2009-2010 school year.

    “Co-Teaching at its Best” (with Dr. Amerman), presented at the NJTESOL/NJBE Spring conference, May 2010

    “The English Language Learner in Your Classroom:  Cultural & Linguistic Considerations and Effective Teaching Strategies”  presented at the NJ Inclusion Conference, June 2010.