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1973 B. A.
1979 M. A. New
Postdoctoral Training: Certificate program:
The Gaslight Effect: How People Drive you Crazy and What you can do about it. In preparation, Random House, pub date: 2007.
Pellitteri, J., Stern, R., Ackerman, B. & Shelton, C. (2005) Emotionally Intelligent School Counseling.
Stern, R., Moretti, F. & Repa,T. (2003). Digital Technologies Enter the Classroom, in
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:
Dr. Robin Stern holds a doctorate in Applied Psychology and Research Design. Robin is a founding board member of The Woodhull Institute and is also on the board of directors of Educators for Social Responsibility. She is on the faculty at Teacher's College,
Robin is the co-developer, along with Dr. Janet Patti, of the Star Factor Coaching Model for educational leaders. Robin consults on issues of emotional intelligence and leadership in schools, corporations, museums, and digital media companies. Currently with Andrs Richner and Amisha Jha, she is spearheading original research in the area of attention, emotions, and psychological manipulation.
Robin is the co-author of two books on emotional intelligence in education: Understanding Emotions in the Classroom (with C. Shelton, National Professional Resources 2004) and Emotionally Intelligent School Counseling (ed. with J.Pellitteri, C.Shelton, B. Muller-Ackerman, Lawrence Erlbaum 2005). Robin is currently writing a book on emotional abuse and psychological manipulation (The Gaslight Effect, Random House 2007). She is the mother of two wonderful children, Scott and Melissa.
In addition, she is conducting a comprehensive study on emotional intelligence and faculty development at The School @ Columbia University.
Please see curriculum vitae.