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art educator

Bette Jo Greenberger was American art educator. Certified art teacher, New York. Recipient Great Teacher award Lawrence Public Schools Parent-Teachers Association, 1974, Jenkins Memorial award New York State Parent-Teachers Association, 1976; Henry Clay Frick scholar, 1960. Member New York State Art Teachers, Association, Long Island Art Teachers Association, Early American Indiana Association.

Background

Greenberger, Bette Jo was born on April 28, 1937 in Irwin, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of William and Rose (Reisberg) Bergad.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Chatham College, 1959. Postgraduate, Carnegie Mellon University, 1961. Master of Science, Queens College, 1964.

Career

Elementary teacher Pittsburgh Public School, 1959-1961, Lawrence Public School, Woodmere, New York, 1961-1962. Instructor New York State Teachers Association, l983-89. Critic for teacher training program Commonwealth Post College, Molloy College, Adelphi University, Dowling College, New York Institute of Technology, l977-89.

Educational art consultant.

Achievements

  • Certified art teacher, New York.

Membership

Member of New York State Art Teachers, Association, Long Island Art Teachers Association, Early American Indiana Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: travel, photography, cooking, arts and crafts.

Connections

Married Howard Leroy Greenberger.

father:
William Bergad

mother:
Rose (Reisberg) Bergad

spouse:
Howard Leroy Greenberger.