Maria L. Castiglioni

Doctoral Lecturer, Education Foundations

Main Affiliation

School of Education

Additional Departments/Affiliated Programs

Learning, Leadership, and Culture

Building

North Academic Center

Office

5/204D

Phone

212-650-5331

Maria Laura Castiglioni

Maria L. Castiglioni

Profile

Professional Teaching Experience:
La Guardia Community College, Adjunct Instructor;
Queens College, Adjunct Instructor;
The City College of New York, Adjunct  Assistant Professor 1996 – 2006
Senior Lecturer Educational Foundations 2007 to present.

Education

Universita’ Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan;
Hunter College B.A., M.A.,
CUNY Graduate Center M.A., Ph.D. 

Courses Taught

Psychology of Teaching and Learning
Child and Adolescent Development
Child Development
Psychology of Development, Teaching and Learning
Adolescent Learning in Urban Context
Introduction to Educational Research
Seminar in Educational Research

Publications

Castiglioni-Spalten, M.L., & Ehri, L. C. (2003). Phonemic Awareness Instruction: Contribution of Articulatory Segmentation to Novice Beginners’ Reading and Spelling.Scientific Studies of Reading, 7, 1, 25-52.

Work in progress

Castiglioni Maria Laura (2015). Research Handbook for Urban Teachers

Additional Information

Office Hours

Tuesday and Thursday 3:30 to 4:30 pm in room 5-204D
And by appointment, please email Mcastiglioni@ccny.cuny.edu "> Mcastiglioni@ccny.cuny.edu
 

Memberships

American Psychological Association
 

Other Interests

Core Group Member of the Lincoln Center Institute/CCNY Teacher Education Collaborative in Aesthetic Education. 2010 to present:  Aesthetic education strengthens core skills that readily apply across the curriculum and throughout life. Educating with imagination is a rigorous undertaking, and the skills of observation, critical thinking and problem solving are as relevant to the artistic process as to conducting a biology experiment or solving a mathematical equation (2007 Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.)