Mike Pabian brings to his Lesley courses 35 years of experience in public school teaching, coaching, and administration.
Professional Title: Assistant Professor
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: The art and science of teacher training as informed by baseball coaching; research and development of effective strategies for enhancing education and support for teacher candidates and novice teachers.
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Elementary education; baseball
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Issues in American Schooling; Practicum and Seminar in Elementary Education; Baseball and the American Experience
Education: BA, Boston College; MEd, Boston State College, PhD, Lesley University
Mike Pabian brings to Lesley University 35 years of experience in public school teaching, coaching, and administration. Mike's courses reflect a synthesis of both theory and practice as he creates and implements instruction for education and general education students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels at the University. His commitment as a lifelong learner is demonstrated through his ongoing work and research as a students in the Individually Designed Ph.D. Program at Lesley.
He presented "Teaching History through Artifacts," the keynote address at the 40th Annual conference of the New England Regional Council of Social Studies at Boston Park Plaza Hotel in 2009.
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