Maureen Riley’s life-long professional goal is equity, to fulfill the potential of the many students whose fine abilities go unappreciated and underdeveloped.
Professional Title: Associate Professor of Education, Director of the LD/ADD Academic Support Program
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Cognition, as it relates to learning and instruction, with an expertise in assessment, curriculum development, and instruction for those who learn differently.
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Director of the LD/ADD Academic Support Program providing support services to LU students in the areas of Accommodations, Tutorial Support and Assistive Technology.
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Assessment That Develops Potential; Diversity in Cognition and Learning
Education: BS, Boston College; MEd, Harvard University
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions:
Maureen has been Director of three United States Office of Special Education Research Projects focused on alternative assessment and curriculum development.
Undergraduate Study Abroad
Foreign Languages at Lesley
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Child Homelessness Initiative
College of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
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