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Frank Daniello - Language in the Common Core

Fall 2013 - Volume V, Issue 1

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Frank Daniello

Faculty Frank DanielloAn Assistant Professor of Elementary Education at Lesley, Dr. Frank Daniello's research interests include the use of systemic functional linguistics (SFL) to inform writing pedagogy, teacher leadership and school reform. Dr. Daniello has presented SFL integration studies at the International Systemic Functional Congress in Guangzhou, China, and Genre 2012 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Editorial Board

Executive Editor
 
Arlene Dallalfar, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences Intercultural Relations Program and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Social Science Division



Katherine Barone, Ph.D. Division Director, Psychology and Applied Therapies College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Lily Fessenden, Ph.D. Graduate School of Education Ecological Teaching & Learning Program

Lisa B. Fiore, Ph.D. College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Marjorie JonesProfessor of Education / Writing

Solange de Azambuja Lira, Ph.D. Professor Program Director for TESOL and Bilingual Education Division of Language and Literacy Graduate School of Education

Maureen Riley, Associate Professor of Education, Director of the LD/ADD Academic Support Program, Emeritus

Nancy Roberts, Professor, Graduate School of Education

Nisha Sajnani, PhD, RDT/BCT Coordinator Drama Therapy/Psychodrama Program. Faculty, Expressive Therapies PhD Program Division of Expressive Therapies Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences


Rebecca Zarate, Assistant Professor of Expressive Therapies; Program Coordinator, Music Therapy