Joanne Kenny, Ed.D.

Kenny-Joanne
Email
kennyj@georgian.edu
Phone: 732-987-2608
Fax:
Office Location:
Raymond Hall
Office Hours:
Tuesday 9-11; Wednesday 2-4; Thursday 9-11; Other hours by appointment
Dept/School:
School of Education
Vita(PDF): Joanne Kenny Vita

Educational Background:

  • Seton Hall University Ed.D. Administration/Supervision 1999
  • M.A. English New Jersey City University 1978
  • B.A. English New Jersey City University 1968
  • Chief School Administrator Seton Hall University 1999
  • Administration/Supervision New Jersey City University 1987

Publications:

  • Kenny, J (2010, June) "Preparing Effective Teachers: The Clinical Component."
    Georgian Court University’s Teacher Preparation Program – the Inclusive Program. AACTE’s 6th Annual Day on the Hill Publication, Innovation and Reform in Teacher Preparation.
  • Kenny, J (2009, June) Innovation and Reform in Teacher Preparation - Georgian Court University’s Accelerated Teacher Certification Program. AACTE’s 5th Annual Day on the Hill Publication, Innovation and Reform in Teacher Preparation.
  • Kenny, J.P., Cordasco, B., & DeCapua, L. (Eds) (2008). Introduction to Inclusive Education- Supplemental Readings. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.
  • Kress, Jacqueline, M. (primary author), Cordasco, B., DeCapua, L., Kenny, J, (2008). Teacher Education Accreditation Council Brief. This 49-page research monograph (with additional 100 pages of Appendices) was drafted in preparation for TEAC accreditation as evidence of the School of Education’s claim that our graduates are competent, caring, and qualified.
  • Kenny, J (2009, Spring) Teaching and Celebrating Diversity in the Classroom through Literacy Activities Exceptional Educator Newsletter of the New Jersey Council for Exceptional Children. Volume 7.2 View Here
  • Kenny, J (2007, Fall) Engaging Diverse Students in Critical Thinking Using Brain- Based Learning Strategies. Exceptional Educator Newsletter of the New Jersey Council for Exceptional Children Volume 6.1
  • Batesko, M., (Primary author), Cordasco, B., DeCapua, L., Kenny, J, & Schneider, P. (2006). Teacher Education Accreditation Council Brief [Research Monograph prepared for TEAC] This 50-page research monograph (with additional 250 pages of Appendices) was drafted in preparation for TEAC accreditation as evidence of the School of Education’s claim that our graduates are competent, caring, and qualified.

Conference Papers and Poster Sessions:

  • Kenny, J (2012, June) Reaching the Crest of the Wave – Classroom Management When All Else Fails. An invited workshop presented at the New Jersey Coalition for Inclusive Education - 10th Annual Summer Inclusion Conference. Georgian Court University.
  • Kenny, J (2010, June) If the Shoe Fits…Using Choices to Manage the Inclusive Classroom An invited workshop presented at the New Jersey Coalition for Inclusive Education - 8th Annual Summer Inclusion Conference. What is Working? How Do I Know? Georgian Court University.
  • Kenny, J (May 6, 2010) Learner-Centered Teaching “Celebrate the Differences.” Learner- Centered Teaching Presentation, an invited Poster Presentation at Georgian Court University.
  • Kenny J. (2010, March) Measuring Student Learning and Program Effectiveness - from Process to Product: A Collaborative Commitment. Poster Presented at t NJ Edge – 11th Annual Faculty Best Practices Showcase, Seton Hall University, NJ
  • Kenny, J (2010, March) Managing Classroom Behavior – Think Big – Start Small – A Preventative Approach. An invited workshop presented at NJ State Conference for Exceptional Children, "Planning for Inclusion Successes."Georgian Court University, NJ.
  • Kenny, J (2008, March) - Tools to Assess and Evaluate Student Learning and Program Effectiveness: A Collaborative Commitment. Invited Poster Presentation presented at NJEdge - 9th Annual Faculty Best Practices Showcase. Fairleigh Dickinson University, NJ
  • Kenny, J, Cordasco, B, DeCapua L (2008, April) Using Graphic Organizers to Develop Critical Thinking Skills in Diverse Learners. Poster presented at the National Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention and Expo, Boston, MA. - Proposal #2491.
  • Kenny, J (2008, October) Accommodating Students in Your Classroom – Celebrating Diversity through Literacy Activities k-12. An invited workshop presented at Ocean County Reading Council's 30th Annual Fall Conference. Georgian Court University, NJ.
  • Kenny J (2008, October) Using Graphic Organizers to Develop Critical Thinking Skills in Diverse Learners. Poster Presented at the Ocean County Reading Council's 30th Annual Fall Conference.
  • Kenny, J (2008, May) Using Graphic Organizers with the Inclusive Child. An invited workshop presented at the Spring Conference New Jersey Council for Exceptional Children State Convention – “Making Annual Yearly Progress” Edison, NJ.
  • Kenny, J (2006, May) Who Says Learning Can’t Be Fun? An invited workshop presented at the New Jersey Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Forsgate, NJ.
  • Kenny, J (2003, May) Keeping Parents in the Loop. An invited workshop at the New Jersey Department of Education Title I Parents’ Conference. Jersey City, NJ.
  • Kenny, J (2002, April) Addressing the Dropouts – Tools for Keeping Kids in School. An invited workshop National Conference of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, New Orleans, LA.
  • Kenny, J (2002, November) Technology in the Urban Classroom. An invited presentation at the ASPIRA National Association Council for Opportunity Education. San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Workshops:

  • Kenny, J. (2011, December) – Searching and Socializing on the Web: Is This Really for Me? An invited workshop presented for the McAuley Institute for Lifelong Learning, Georgian Court University.
  • Kenny, J (2010, December) Effective Supervision and Evaluation - Why Is It So Hard to Move the Cheese? An invited workshop presented at NJDOE’s - Foundation for Educational Administration, Leader to Leader, Toms River, NJ.
  • Kenny, J. (2010, January) – If the Shoe Fits… Learning with the Multiple Intelligences. An invited workshop presented at NJDOE’s - Foundation for Educational Administration, Leader to Leader, Toms River, NJ.
  • Kenny, J (2009, October) Learning Can Be Fun - Transferring Ownership of the Classroom to the Students (or so they think!). An invited workshop presented at Ocean County Reading Council Conference. Georgian Court University, Lakewood, NJ
  • Kenny, J (2009, September) Who’s the Boss –Classroom Management. An invited workshop presented at Georgian Court University School of Education Cooperating Teachers/Clinical Supervisors Workshop. Lakewood, NJ.
  • Kenny, J (2009, August) Exploring the Possibilities. An invited workshop for Georgian Court University New Student Orientation. Lakewood, NJ
  • Kenny, J (2009, January) Monitoring and Evaluating the Curriculum by Direct, Meaningful Supervision - Developing Leadership Skills. An invited workshop presented at NJDOE’s - Foundation for Educational Administration, Leader to Leader. Jackson, NJ.
  • Kenny, J, Cordasco, B. (2008, October) Differentiating Instruction: One Size Doesn’t Fit All. Part I - An invited Keynote Co-Speaker to Brick Township School District, Brick, NJ.
  • (2008, October) Strategies for Differentiating Instruction – Part II. Follow -up presentation to selected members of the Brick Township Faculty. Brick, NJ.
  • Kenny, J (2007, December) - Strategies for Differentiating Instruction. An invited workshop presented at NJDOE’s - Foundation for Educational Administration, Leader to Leader. Lakewood, NJ.
  • Kenny, J (2007, May) Transferring Ownership to Make Learning Fun. An invited workshop at the Spring Conference of the New Jersey Council for Exceptional Children “Responding to Issues” Edison, NJ.
  • Kenny, J (2006, May) Leadership by Walking Around – Monitoring and Evaluating the Curriculum. An invited workshop presented at NJDOE’s Foundation for Educational Administration, Leader to Leader. Point Pleasant, NJ.
  • Kenny, J (2004, March) Students Taking Control – Effective Classroom Management. An invited workshop presented at the KAPPA DELTA PI Conference. - Georgian Court University, NJ.

Professional Service:

  • Kenny, J (2010 - 2013, March) Celebrate NJ! 4th Grade Best of the Best 4th Grade Essay Contest - Adjudicator

Affiliations:

  • American Association of University Professors
  • Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
  • Council of Exceptional Children
  • Delta Gamma Kappa International Society – Zeta Chapter
  • Kappa Delta Pi- Xi Gamma Chapter – National Honor Society - Seton Hall University
  • National Council of Teachers of English
  • New Jersey School Administrators Association
  • Ocean County Reading Association
  • Phi Delta Kappa – New Jersey City University

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