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About Joanna Alcruz

Joanna Alcruz, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the Educational Leadership for Diverse Communities doctoral program at Molloy College. Her background is in educational psychology and educational measurement and assessment, with more than a decade of experience in the study of teaching and learning. Her expertise and research interests cover data-driven instruction in various modalities, motivation and academic procrastination, and best practices in traditional and non-traditional assessments. She is a co-founder of Cognition and Learning Lab (CogLe) at Molloy College. 

Positions

Present Professor, Molloy College Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities Ed.D. Program
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Courses

  • EDU 7010: Dissertation Progression
  • EDU 7001: Dissertation Seminar II
  • EDU 7000: Dissertation Seminar I
  • EDU 6300: Educational Assessment of the Diverse Learner
  • EDU 6280: Dissertation Research Design
  • EDU 6080: Quantitative Research
  • EDU 6120: Learning, Cognition, and Diversity

Education

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2009 Ph.D., Fordham University ‐ Graduate School of Education
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2002 M.A, New York University ‐ Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
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2000 B.S., New York University ‐ Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
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Contact Information

Joanna Alcruz, PhD
Assistant Professor
Division of Education | Molloy College
1000 Hempstead Ave.| Kellenberg 220A| Rockville Centre, NY 11571
516.323.3121
jalcruz@molloy.edu
@JoannaAlcruz


Works in Progress (3)

Published Articles (2)

Presentations (13)

Dissertation (1)