Pasquale Puleo teaches in the special education programs in the Graduate School of Education.

Embracing a brain-based developmental method of education emphasizing hands-on-learning, collaboration, and social interaction.

Pasquale has been an adjunct professor at Lesley since 2007. He is also Mathematics and Science Specialist at the Riverbend School in Natick, MA, and was previously Mathematics and Science Specialist in the Newton Public Schools for 35 years.

Education

Master of Education, Boston University, Boston, MA, 1978
Mechanical Engineering Diploma, Istituto Tecnico Industriale, Messina, Italy, 1966

Selected Publications

  • Writing Contributor to the National Teachers Enhancement Network lessons for grades 8-12, ‘Soil and Heat Capacity.’​
  • Field Tester for the Prentice Hall Science Explorer Laboratory Manuals for grades 6-8.
  • Video producer for the ‘Teachers in Industry Program.’
  • Co-published 'ICAL,' Italian Culture and Language,’ Curricula  for Newton Public Schools.

Other Activities

Evaluated Harvard Graduate School of Education students, 1997 to 2003.

Leadership

  • Co-founder, Italian Language and Cultural School in Boston, 1973.
  • Member of Phi Sigma Iota, National Honor Society for Romance Languages, 1972
  • President, Hall of Fame Chair, Massachusetts Adult State Soccer, 1987 to 2007
  • Co-founder, Watertown Youth Soccer, 1986
  • National Soccer Referee, Intercollegiate Soccer Association, 1983 to 2007
  • Boston University Varsity Soccer, 1968 to 1972