Mark Healy is an adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Education.
Professional Title: Adjunct Professor
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: K-12 Mathematics curriculum development; effective instruction and assessment in K-12 Mathematics; educational leadership.
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Secondary mathematics instruction and assessment
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: EEDUC 6202: Teaching Mathematics in a Student-Centered Secondary Classroom
Education: B.Ed., University of Alberta; M.Ed., University of British Columbia; Ed.D., University of Pennsylvania (in progress).
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions: Contributing Author for MathWorks textbook series (Grades 10, 11, 12).
Mark Healy has worked in the public and private education systems in both Canada and the United States, serving in the roles of teacher, consultant, and administrator. In his current role as the Pre-K through 12th grade District Mathematics Coordinator in Cambridge, Massachusetts, he works with district leaders, school leaders, teachers, and families to ensure that the department’s goals fully support the needs of all stakeholders. He is an author of the MathWorks textbooks currently being used in Grades 10, 11, and 12 classrooms across Western Canada, and is currently writing a book on how to implement a Teacher Leadership program in schools. He is a member of the Massachusetts PARCC Educator Leader Cadre, and is tasked with providing the most up-to-date professional developments focused on the PARCC development and implementation.
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