Margaret Martinez DeLuca

Supervised Fieldwork Advisor; Course Instructor

Academic Interests

Art as academic expression, Curiosity and play as the foundations for learning at any age, Justice, equity and responsive teaching in urban public education, Mathematical reasoning and problem solving, Nature and inquiry, Student-centered learning, Technology in the curriculum

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 mdeluca@bankstreet.edu
610 West 112Th Street, 652B
New York, NY 10025