Stanley Oldstein

Henry Barnard School (HBS) 165
(401) 456-9734
soldstein@ric.edu

Academic Background

Masters Degree in Elementary Education; Lesley College, 1976
B.A. in English Literature; Franklin and Marshall College, 1972

Courses Taught

Elementary Math Methods and Materials; Lesley College Graduate School

Certifications

Rhode Island Elementary Education Certification

Professional Experience

Second and Third Grade Teacher; Henry Barnard School, 1996 - Present
First and Second Grade Teacher; Moses Brown School, 1980- 1996

Research Interests

Using family personal history narratives to teach social studies
Using real world experiences as the focus for integrated curricula
The Workshop Model - the educational advantages of using the workshop model in Writing, Reading, Math, and Science for teaching and learning
Designing reporting systems that most effectively and efficiently communicate about student progress, achievement, and goals
Collaboration and support - identifying and implementing structures that allow educators to come together to share ideas, discuss issues, support each other

Publications

"Look Out Stanley!" - a picture book for 4 - 9 year old readers; in preparation

Related Academic Experience

Faculty Advisor, OASIS; Rhode Island College

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