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About Madeline Craig

Madeline Fredrickson Craig is an experienced educator with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education and corporate industries and is skilled in educational technology, instructional design, curriculum development, writing instruction and faculty development. Dr. Craig is a strong education professional with an Ed. D. in Adult Education from Columbia University, an MFA in Creative Writing from Adelphi University and an MA in Industrial Psychology from New York University. Her research interests include the use of instructional technology in higher education and K-12, project-based learning, the improvement of students' writing skills, and technology infusion for teacher candidates and the faculty of teacher candidates.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, Molloy College Education
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Present Coordinator of Dual Degree Programs, Molloy College School of Education and Human Services
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September 2014 - December 2016 Instructional Designer, Molloy College Faculty Professional Center
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2021 - Present Conference Chair, The Teaching Professor Conference
2019 - Present Board Member, NYS Teacher Center - Rockville Centre District
2017 - Present Educational Advisory Council, Maurer Foundation
2019 - 2020 Advisory Board Member, The Teaching Professor Conference
2017 - 2018 Advisory Board Member, Magna Teaching With Technology Conference
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Honors and Awards

  • International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Certified Educator

Education

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January 2005 - December 2012 MFA, Adelphi University ‐ Creative Writing
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June 1997 - May 2004 EdD, Teachers College at Columbia University
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September 1993 - May 1996 MA, New York University ‐ Industrial Psychology
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September 1987 - May 1991 BA, Adelphi University ‐ English
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Publications (20)

Dissertation (1)

Posters (4)