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Eleanor Miele, Ph. D.
Program Head - M.S. in Elementary Science & Environmental Education

Eleanor Miele joined the faculty at Brooklyn College in 1998 after four years teaching science education at NYU.  She received her B.S. in Genetics from Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Science and her Ph.D. in molecular biology from Columbia University.  

She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in elementary science education and is the program head of the masters program in elementary science and environmental education.  She has assumed the role of Project Director for the Brooklyn College K-9 Math & Science Consortium funded by NYS Department of Education under the Dwight D. Eisenhower Title II Professional Development Program. 

She is actively involved in improving pre-service teacher preparation for environmental education through partnerships with informal science institutions such as the American Museum of Natural History where she also served on the  educational advisory board for the special exhibit Genome: The Code of Life

She is especially interested in enhancing teacher preparation to teach with technology.  She has developed numerous web pages to enhance science teaching at Brooklyn College.  She recently published "Using Technology to Enhance Pre-Service Teacher Preparation" in The Journal of Mathematics & Science: Collaborative Explorations (Vol. 3, No. 1).

Eleanor Miele, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

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