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Robin Stern

Professional Background

Educational Background

1973    B. A.    New YorkUniversity

1979    M. A.   New School of Social Research

1994    Ph.D.   New YorkUniversity (Applied Psychology/Research Design)

 

Postdoctoral Training: Certificate program:

1995    PostgraduateCenter for Mental Health, Group Analytic Department, New York

Scholarly Interests

Selected Publications

The Gaslight Effect:  How People Drive you Crazy and What you can do about it.  In preparation, Random House, pub date: 2007.

 

Shelton, C. & Stern, R. (2003) Understanding Emotions in the Classroom.  National Professional Resources, New York.

 

Pellitteri, J., Stern, R., Ackerman, B. & Shelton, C. (2005) Emotionally Intelligent School Counseling. Lawrence Erlbaum Publishing.

 

Stern, R., Moretti,  F. & Repa,T. (2003). Digital Technologies Enter the Classroom, in SmartSchool Leaders, Janet Patti and James Tobin, Kendall Hunt.

 

Stern, R. & Moretti, F. Social and Emotional Learning in the Year 2000.  Prepared for Fathom.com (on-line magazine).

 

Stern, R. & Rosenzweig, D.  (2001)  Risky Business.  Flair.  Spring 2001: Vol. 3, Issue 1.

 

Stern, R. & Repa, T.  (1999) Columbine's Challenge: A Call to Pay Attention to Our Students.  Voices from the Middle. 7(1):34-36.  (To be reprinted in forthcoming journal.)

 

Stern, R. (1999) Hormone Driven Kids: A Call for Social and Emotional Learning in the Middle School Years.  Voices from the Middle. 7(1)3-8.

 

Stern, R.  & Pellitteri, J. (1999) Music: The Sounds of Emotional Intelligence.  Voices from the Middle. 7(1):25-29.

 

Stern, R. & Moretti, F. (1999).  Digital Technologies: New Opportunities for Social and Emotional Learning.  NYC Challenge- The Journal of the NYCASCD: 37-39.

 

Stern, R. & Rankin, C. (1999)  Subtitles:  Reading Behind the Words.  Flair.  Spring 1999: premier issue.

active professional organizations

Dr. Stern does on-going consultation with the Woodhull Institute for Ethical Leadership (www.woodhull.org), the Leadership Center at Hunter College (http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/leadershipcenter), Educators for Social Responsibility (www.esrnational.org), Project EXSEL (www.projectexsel.net), and other educational institutions, nonprofit organizations, and socially-responsible businesses.

current projects

Dr. Stern is presently working on a book on emotional abuse, as well as developing an original model of emotional intelligence coaching with Dr. Janet Patti, professor of education at Hunter College.

In addition, she is conducting a comprehensive study on emotional intelligence and faculty development at The School @ Columbia University.

honors and awards

2004 The Victoria Woodhull Award

professional presentations

Please see curriculum vitae.

curriculum vitae

 

biographical information