Supervised Fieldwork Advisor; Course Instructor
Some of the Values that Shape My Work
Work with Families, Children, Schools, and Communities
Recent Professional Contributions
- Fieldwork advisement to students in the Urban Education Program as well as the Preservice Program
- Ongoing professional development with Ovidiu Rom, an organization that works with Kindergarten teachers who serve Roma children in Romania
- Membership of NAEYC, AAM, and NCSS
- Teach Observation & Recording, Early Childhood Curriculum, Block Building
- Facilitate block building workshops in early childhood conferences and classrooms throughout the city and beyond
- M.S.Ed., Supervision and Administration, Bank Street College of Education
- Ed.M., Early Childhood and Childhood Education, Bank Street College of Education
- B.A., French, Western Reserve University
Selected Publications and Presentations
Grob, B., Diamond, J., & Reitzes, F. (2010). The right to learn: Preparing early childhood teachers to work in high-needs schools. Bank Street College Occasional Papers, 25, 7-17.
Grob, B., (2006). Cleaning up the streets. In D. Koralek & G. Mindes (Eds.), Spotlights on young children and social studies (p. 10). Washington, DC: NAEYC.
D’Addesio, J., Furman, L., Grob, B., & Hayes, H. (2005). Social studies: Learning with the world around us. Young Children, 60(5), 50-57.
David, J., & Grob, B. (1997). The roles of the teacher in the child-centered primary classroom. In K. Walsh (Ed.), Creating child-centered classrooms: 6-7 year olds (pp. 43-73). Washington, DC: Children’s Research Institute.
Grob, B., Chapman, M., & Hass, M. (1989). The ages and learning stages for children and their implications for foreign language learning. In K. Muller (Ed.), Languages in elementary schools (pp. 27-42). New York: American Forum.