DANIEL J. GLISCZINSKI

Associate Professor
Department of Education
119 Endazhi-gikinoo'amaading
412 Library Drive
University of Minnesota Duluth
Duluth, MN 55812

dglisczi@d.umn.edu
http://www.d.umn.edu/~dglisczi

Education | Teaching | Honors | Publications | Presentations | Grants | Service

EDUCATION

2005: Doctor of Education, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Research Focus: Transformative Learning in Teacher Education: A Meaningful Degree of Understanding

1999: Master of Education, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Post Baccalaureate Teaching Licensure: Secondary English Education, Minnesota Teaching License Number 364347

1993: Bachelor of Arts, St. John's University, Collegeville, Minnesota
Academic Major: English Literature and Composition

TEACHING AND RELATED EXPERIENCE

Supported kindergarten through sixth grade students, families, faculty, and partner schools with instructional resources to foster multiple intelligences learning. Collaborated to initiate Search Institute research-based program innovation between partner schools. Coordinated relationships with students, families, faculty, and public school district experts to empower students through effective individualized education plans. Developed special education and education technology partnerships.

Designed, delivered, and assessed multilingual fifth through eighth grade middle school curriculum. Supported students through effective implementation of individualized education plans. Developed technology-rich classrooms through community partner grant sources. Advised co-curriculars including quiz bowl, ultimate frisbee, book club, soccer, yearbook, and student newspaper.

Structured effective cooperative learning and technology-based learning for at-risk ninth through twelfth grade students. Collaborated with academic departments to construct thematic, integrated curriculum in coordination with state academic standards. Partnered with special education services to include students with learning disabilities in general education classrooms. Empowered learners by utilizing best practices for English Language Learners.

Developed multi-institutional collaboration and supported first through eighth grade student learning through developmental assets-based partnerships with community elders. Expanded reach of program through education technology.

Developed, taught, and assessed multicultural curriculum and social justice coursework for ninth through twelfth grade students dismissed from national school system.

Challenged and supported fifth through twelfth grade students in developing collaborative, constructive, and reflective habits of mind and body in midst of demanding wilderness adventures.

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HONORS

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PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS

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PUBLICATIONS

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PRESENTATIONS

Journal Reviews

GRANTS

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COLLABORATION WITH P-12 SCHOOLS AND STUDENTS

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

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