Nicholas A. Emmanuele

  • Adjunct Lecturer
    Education Program

Accreditations

  • PA Instructional II: Elementary Education K-6
  • PA Instructional II: Special Education N-12
  • PA Instructional II: Secondary English 7-12
  • English as a Second Language Program Specialist

Courses Taught

  • SPED307: Low-Incident Disabilities for PreK-8 (Spring 2015)
  • SPED340/GEDU620: Meeting the Needs of Students with Exceptionalities: Seventh through Twelfth Grade (Fall 2014)
  • EDCR414: Sociology of Education (Summer 2014)

Educational History

  • Penn State University, Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Children's Literatre, "Questing for Justice in Multicultural Secondary World Fantasy for Young Readers," 2014
  • Gannon University, Master of Arts in English, "Memories of a Dragon: Le Guinian Flights from Archetypal Patterns," 2013
  • Gannon University, Graduate Certificate in English as a Second Language Program Specialist, 2012
  • Edinboro University, Graduate Certificate in Character Education, 2009
  • East Carolina University, Graduate Certificate in Multicultural and Transnational Literature, 2008
  • Gannon University, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (K-6) and Special Education (N-12), 2007

Professional Experience

  • Regular Education Secondary English Teacher, English Department, Millcreek Township School District, Erie, PA. (2011-Present)
  • Special Education Teacher, Special Education Department, Millcreek Township School District, Erie, PA. (2007-2011)
  • Adjunct Lecturer, School of Education, Gannon University, Erie, PA. (Fall 2014-present)
  • Adjunct Lecturer, English as a Second Language Department, Gannon University, Erie, PA. (Fall 2012)

 

Publications

  • Emmanuele, Nicholas A. "Questing for Justice in Secondary World Fantasy for Young Readers." Fastitocalon 4. 1-2. (2014): 39-54. Print.
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