B.A. in Physics, Haverford College
M.Ed. in Curriculum, Instruction and Technology, Temple University
Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, Michigan State University.
Dr. Howard Glasser became interested in education as an undergraduate at Haverford College, where he earned a BA in physics with a concentration in educational studies. After college, he taught physics, worked as a teacher mentor coach, and supported his science department in switching to a Physics First curriculum. He earned an MEd through Temple University’s Curriculum, Instruction and Technology Program and a PhD in educational psychology and educational technology from Michigan State University.
He's worked with Camden City School District, the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity, Research for Better Schools, and other groups and schools, supporting them in developing curriculum, analyzing initiatives, working to increase equity in schools, and engage in data-based decision making. Recently, he's worked as a post-doctoral fellow in science education at Bryn Mawr College, teaching courses on math and science pedagogy and developing courses on gender issues in education and on technology’s role in education. He has also served as a Program Officer of Teacher Development with The Knowles Science Foundation, designing and implementing professional development program for early-career secondary teachers.
Howard is now the Academic Technology Integrationist with George School, in Newtown, PA. In this role, he works collaboratively with teachers, coaching and supporting them in designing and implementing lessons and projects that incorporate technology to improve student learning. He develops and facilitates professional development opportunities for individual teachers as well as groups of teachers.