Pam Goldman

 

 


 

Pam Goldman is the Institute for Learning (IFL) Senior Product Developer. In this role, she designs, co-authors, produces, and edits a series of study tools for educators based on the Institute's theory of action and practice of district and school reform, including oversight of the development of the IFL's suite of online workshops. She is part of the field test team for the IFL's work on the development of assessment prototypes in English language arts and literacy for the Partnership for Assessment Readiness for College and Career (PARCC).

Goldman earned a B.A. in English from S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo and a J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law. Before joining the Institute, Goldman was an attorney in private practice with an emphasis on civil rights, labor law, immigration, and criminal law. She taught at Cornell Law School and the University of Kentucky College of Law.


More info: http://ifl.lrdc.pitt.edu/ifl/index.php/about/people/pam_goldman




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Higher education professionals, new PhD graduates, newly hired university educators and research scientists, and others interested in enhancing their teaching techniques in a university setting will acquire in this six-week course the foundational knowledge of the science of teaching and learning and develop skills and strategies for teaching at the university level.

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Designed for teachers and learners in every setting - in school and out, in formal learning environments or at home - this course is an introduction to the theory and practice of well-structured talk that builds the mind.

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