Margaret Martinez DeLuca

Supervised Fieldwork Advisor; Course Instructor

Academic Interests

Some of the Values that Shape My Work

Learning; respecting the knowledge of others; building from differences; fostering communities of learners; equity and justice in educational environments.

Work with Families, Children, Schools, and Communities

Classroom teacher (K - high school); math coach; science coordinator; assistant principal; social studies federal grant collaborator; community organizer; board of trustees K-12 school; instructor of adults in Mexico.

Recent Professional Contributions

Fieldwork advisement: Museum Education Programs
National Science Education Conference Workshop
Empowering Teachers Conference, Sarah Lawrence College
Early Childhood Literacy: Why is it Important?
Creating the Early Childhood Environment: Speaking and Acting with Respect
Common Core State Standards: Unpacking Their Significance and Meaning
Danielson Framework: Quality Teaching and Learning
Student Voice Engagement and the Mathematical Practice

Educational Background

  • M.S.Ed., Leadership in Mathematics Education, Bank Street College of Education
  • B.A., Math, English, Education, College of Mount Saint Joseph

Contact me:

(212) 875-4699
610 West 112Th Street, 652B
New York, NY 10025