Coordinator of Teacher Education
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Carole Learned-Miller earned her A.B. in education and psychology from Smith College and her M.Ed. in educational administration from Boston College. Her teaching and research interests include instructional leadership; the impact instructional coaching can have on schools; and improving the practices of aspiring and experienced teachers in the areas of English language arts, mathematics and science at the elementary, middle and secondary levels.
Learned-Miller was a teacher in Weston and Brookline, Mass., before becoming a principal. She worked as lower school director at the Chinese American International School in San Francisco before becoming the principal of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. School in Cambridge, Mass. Since leaving the principalship, she has served as a supervisor for both aspiring teachers and principals at Smith College and the University of Massachusetts. Learned-Miller has been the coordinator of teacher education at Smith since fall 2011.
Learned-Miller's courses for the 2011-12 and 2012-13 academic years are EDC 390 The Teaching of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at The Secondary Level; EDC 400 The Design of Meaningful Curriculum at The Secondary Level and EDC 345 (spring 2013) The Teaching of Math & Science at The Elementary Level.