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consultant , writer , Education educator

Beatrice Schaap Gross, American writer. Certified pre-school and elementary teacher. Member American Society Journalists and Authors, Manhasset Art Association (board directors since 1999), Artists Network Great Neck (board directors 1994), Great Neck Artist Association (board directors since 2000).

Background

Gross, Beatrice Schaap was born on January 23, 1935 in New York City.

Education

Married; Bachelor in American Studies, Syracuse University, 1956. Master of Science in Education, Bank Street College Education, New York City, 1958. Certified pre-school and elementary teacher Adjunct faculty New York University, New York City, 1968-1981, New School Social Research, New York City, 1983-1987.

Visiting professor Vassar College, 1985. Associate professor humanities State University of New York, OldWestbury, 1972-1976. Consultant to government, industry and founds., 1976.

Participant university seminars Columbia University. Adjunct Professor Queens College, 1993-1995.1974, The Children's Rights Movement, 1977, The New Old, 1978, Teaching Under Pressure, 1979, Towards Improved Compensatory Education, 1982, Independent Scholarship: Promise, Problems and Prospects, 1983, The Great School Debate: Which Way for American Education, 1985. Syndicated columnist: The Family Viewpoint, 1979-1982.

Co-editor: Indiana Scholarship newsletter. Contributor articles to professional journals. Author teaching materials McGraw Hill, Science.

Career

Adjunct faculty New York University, New York City, 1968-1981, New School Social Research, New York City, 1983-1987. Visiting professor Vassar College, 1985. Associate professor humanities State University of New York, Old Westbury, 1972-1976.

Consultant to government, industry and foundations, since 1976. Participant university seminars Columbia University. Adjunct professor Queens College, 1993-1995.

Author teaching materials McGraw Hill, Science Research Associates Program advisory Beacon College, 1978-1982. Associate director Writers in the Public Interest, 1981-1996. Associate project director Indiana Scholars Project, 1982-1996.

Adjunct associate professor La Guardia Community College, since 1992, City University of New York, Queens, 1994-1995. Executive committee Womanspace, Great Neck, New Jersey.

Achievements

  • Certified pre-school and elementary teacher.

Membership

Member American Society Journalists and Authors, Manhasset Art Association (board directors since 1999), Artists Network Great Neck (board directors 1994), Great Neck Artist Association (board directors since 2000).

Connections

Married; 2 children.