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Judith A Scott

Judith A Scott

Professor Emerita, Research Professor

Education Department

Areas of expertise: Education, Language Development, Learning and Learning Theory, Social Justice, Teacher Education, Writing, Language Processing, School Reform and School Policy, Indigenous Peoples


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. in Educational Psychology with a Learning & Instruction emphasis. 1991. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Center for the Study of Reading. M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction. 1986. Education Department, UC-Davis. B.A. in American Studies, UC- Davis. 1977. Emphasis in American Education.   Credentials: Multiple Subject Teaching Credential; Specialist Instruction Credential in Reading; Single Subject Teaching Credential in Social Science. UC Davis.   ... more »


Areas of expertise: Mathematics Education, Learning Sciences, Cognition, Learning and Learning Theory, Education, Teacher Education


Biography, Education and Training

Dr. Moschkovich received her PhD from UC Berkeley, Department of Education in Mathematics Science and Technology (EMST). Before coming to UCSC in 1999, she was a lecturer at UC Berkeley, a Researcher at IRL (Institute for Research on Learning) in Palo Alto, and a Project Director at TERC in Cambridge, MA. At IRL she collaborated with MMAP (Middle School Mathematics through Applications) project, conducting research in mathematics classrooms. While at IRL she was awarded a National Science Founda... more »


Areas of expertise: Education, Language Development


Biography, Education and Training

Kip Téllez is Professor in the Education Department at UCSC, where he served as Chair from 2007-2014.  Prior to coming to UCSC, he taught elementary and high school in east Los Angeles county. His instructional focus has always been on teaching English Language Learners. An interest in educational linguistics led him to earn his PhD at the Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, CA. After graduate school, he began his first academic position at the University of Houston, where he... more »

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Areas of expertise: Learning Sciences, Science Education, Teacher Education, Education


Biography, Education and Training

Dr. Ash was awarded the Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley in science education in 1995, after working for many years with Ann Brown and Joseph Campione in the Fostering a Community of Learners (FCL) classroom project. She is a biologist, and has been a science teacher for many years at elementary, high school, Junior College and University levels. She has been at UCSC since 2000. She was science educator at the Exploratorium for five years, working at the Institute for Inquiry. ... more »

Nandini Bhattacharya

Nandini Bhattacharya

Continuing Lecturer, Associate Director . of Teaching

Mathematics Department, Center for Teaching & Learning

Areas of expertise: Education


Biography, Education and Training

Nandini Bhattacharya Associate Director of Teaching, Center for Innovations in Teaching and Learning (CITL) & Continuing Lecturer of Mathematics   Education  Postgraduate Certificate in Education June 1988, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA Professional Clear Single Subject (Math) Teaching Credential for High School, 1988-present   M.A. in Mathematics June 1987, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA B.A. in Mathematics May 1985, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Maw... more »


Areas of expertise: Economics, Labor Economics, Education


Biography, Education and Training

B.A. Economics, Stanford University, with honors M.A. Economics, Northwestern University Ph.D. Economics, Northwestern University Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research Past visiting positions at: Stanford University, UC Berkeley, Australia National University, Yale University

Ronald David Glass

Ronald David Glass

Professor of Philosophy of Education

Education Department

Areas of expertise: Critical Theory, Philosophy, Education, Ethics, Epistemology, Democracy, Community-based Research, Discrimination and Inequality, School Reform and School Policy


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. Stanford University; Philosophy of Education M.A. Stanford University; Philosophy C.Phil. University of California, Berkeley; Philosophy of Education Ed.M. Harvard University B.A. Harvard University; cum laude, History and Science Professor Glass is a Professor of Philosophy of Education. He currently investigates the ethical issues raised by justice-oriented collaborative research methodologies, and has long focused his philosophic work on education as a practice of freedom, id... more »


Areas of expertise: Anthropology, Education, Critical Theory, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Ethnography, Marxism, School Reform and School Policy, United States Politics and Government


Biography, Education and Training

  Ph.D.  University of California Berkeley,  Social and Cultural Studies in Education B.A.     Brown University, Educational Studies & Critical Theory        

Soleste Hilberg

Soleste Hilberg

Director of Teacher Education, Assistant Teaching Professor

Education Department

Areas of expertise: Education


Biography, Education and Training

Soleste Hilberg is an Assistant Teaching Professor and Director of Teacher Education at UCSC. She is most passionate about equity and social justice in education. Prior to her current position, Dr. Hilberg served as a research specialist and managed a number of research projects for the Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence (CREDE) at UCSC and UC Berkeley. At SRI International Center for Technology in Learning she was an Institutional Partnership M... more »


Areas of expertise: Psychology, Education, Social Psychology, Immigration, Personal and Social Identities, Latin American and Latino Studies, Youth Studies, Discrimination and Inequality, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Child and Adolescent Development


Biography, Education and Training

Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Applied Psychology, New York University Ph.D., Education - Psychological Sciences, Stanford University M.A., Psychology, Stanford University B.A., Psychology & Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity w/ Honors, Stanford University


Areas of expertise: Chemistry, Education


Biography, Education and Training

B.S./B.A. (chemistry/mathematics), Providence College, 2008 M.S. (chemistry), University of California, Berkeley, 2011 Ph.D. (science and mathematics education), University of California, Berkeley, 2019 Postdoctoral researcher in science education, CSU East Bay, 2020-2021


Areas of expertise: Learning Sciences, Learning and Learning Theory, Education, Youth Studies, Social Psychology, Ethnography, Social Justice, Race, Personal and Social Identities, Law and Policy


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. & M.A., Northwestern University Ed.M., Harvard Graduate School of Education B.A., University of California, Berkeley

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