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With over 20 years of experience as an educator, Christine adheres to the belief that all children can learn given appropriate tools and effective, research-based instruction. Christine holds a Masters degree from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is the author of The Digits Game, N3: No Naked Numbers, and Test-Savvy Math. Christine works with schools and districts around the country on elementary and middle school math curriculum, test savvy strategies, technology integration for incorporating and reinforcing 21st century skills and mathematical best practices. In addition, Christine has provided math professional development throughout the United States working with, Math Solutions (Scholastic), The Bureau of Educational Research (BER), AUSSIE, Catapult Learning, and Newton Educational Services.
Dr. Christine Scafidi is a Mathematics Consultant with more than 30 years of experience working as an educator. Christine is a recognized facilitator of mathematics workshops throughout New York and New Jersey specializing primarily in Elementary Education. Her workshop presentations have focused on a broad spectrum of topics including Alternative Assessment, Thematic Curriculum Development, Balanced Mathematics and Constructivism in Math Education.
As a consultant, Christine’s most recent work has focused on curriculum development supporting the implementation of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. In addition to presenting workshops, she provides school-based coaching for teachers. To date, Christine has provided professional development to teachers and administrators in New York, New Jersey, Arizona and Louisiana. Presentations in Louisiana utilized Online Math Modules and Webinars. Her educational publications to date include two Portfolio Assessment Kits for Steck-Vaughn Publications in the United States and Space & Beyond Using Mathomat Investigations for Objective Learning Material Publications in Australia.
Christine has also presented at the Mathematical Association of Victoria Annual Conference in Melbourne, Australia and at Regional and National Math Conferences in the United States. In addition to classroom experience, Christine has served as an adjunct professor through the Department of Teaching & Culture at The City College of New York. Her appointment was to teach a graduate level course entitled, Mathematics for Teachers, Birth through 6th Grade.
Additional Team Members
Dr. Laura Gellert
Ann Elise Record