Judith Boccia

Judith Boccia, Graduate School of Education

Judith Boccia, Graduate School of Education

History and Theory of Curriculum, Ed.S. Seminar
Phone:
978-934-4661
Fax:
978-934-3002
Office:
600 Suffolk Street, Room 400

Research Interest

  • School/University Partnership Models and Practices
  • Technology Integration for Teaching and Learning
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Pipeline Issues

Educational Background

B.A. English, Marymount College 

M.A. English, University of North Carolina

Ph.D. Curriculum & Instruction and Leadership, Teachers College, Columbia University

Biosketch

Recent Publications:

"A Case Study of School District Support for Technology Ready Teachers" (2004), with M. Dennis and J. Meltzer in  SITE--Society for Technology and Teacher Education International Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM.

"Just in Time: Faculty Technology Training" (2003). Society for Technology and Teacher Education International Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM.

"Looking into Classrooms: A Technology Mediated Observation Program for Preservice Teachers", (2002) with P. Fontaine and M. Lucas  in SITE--Society for Technology and Teacher Education International Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM.

"Partnership Success in Urban School Change", (2000) with D. Pierson and M. Bacigalupo, Partnerships: Shaping the Future of Education, ed. Kenneth Stott and Vernon Trafford. London, Middlesex University Press.

Recent Funded Research:

Principal author, Massachusetts Board of Higher Education Pipeline Fund, “Northeast STEM Pipeline Network,” (2004), $248, 961.

Principal Investigator, Annual Professional Services Contracts with Lowell Public Schools, 1996-present, $1,500,000 (approx).

Principal Investigator, US Department of Education PT3 Implementation Grant, “Ready to Teach,” 2000-2003, $1,024,922.

Principal Investigator, US Department of Education PT3 Grant, “Transforming Teaching with Technology,1999-2000, $142,341.

Principal Investigator, US Department of Education, FIPSE grant, “Looking into Classrooms,” 1997-2000, $221,491.

Principal Investigator, EPA subcontract from Ohio State University, “Earthvision 2000,” $310,000.