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Ivonne Miranda
Assistant Professor


A.S., Hostos Community College
B.S., Herbert H. Lehman College
M.Ed., Walden University
Ph.D., Walden University

Career Highlights

Dr. Miranda has taught 21 years in urban schools in the Bronx and Allentown, of which has helped her gain a broad range of experience in working with ESL students. In her career, Dr. Miranda has provided workshops and professional learning communities in writing and STEM. She has been involved in several STEM funded projects that has provided learning opportunities for students of minority backgrounds.

Courses Taught

  • Educational psychology
  • Foundations of American Education
  • Teaching Methods in content areas
  • Courses in literacy, science, arts, and social studies
  • Student teacher practicum

Research Interest

Her research interests include: influences of early exposure of STEM; effects of teaching persona on pre-service teachers; the impact of culturally diverse writing has on student learning.


Keystone State Reading Association
International Literacy Association
Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society


“Be passionate about learning and be an innovative teacher. Use your interest to motivate students and create engaging lessons. Get involved with schools and their community, and it will help you grow and become the teacher you envision to be.”