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Sarah Sangregorio (she/they) is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in the Teacher Education and Teacher Development program at Montclair State, focusing on faculty development and studying the systems and structures of higher education and how they affect teaching and learning.
Sarah obtained her M.S. in Instructional Design in 2016 from Quinnipiac University and her M.A. in Theatre Production/Stage Management from Montclair in 2010.
Prior to her role at Montclair, she worked at Rutgers University as the Sakai LMS Support Help Desk Manager for the Office of Instructional Research and Technology & worked as the Instructional Designer/Educational Technologist for the School of Health Professions.
Before moving into the Instructional Design field, she worked for fifteen years in instructional and information technology - mostly in higher education - and for almost twenty years in theatre.
higher education; educational philosophy, sociology, and history; motherscholar; teacher/faculty education and teacher/faculty development; pedagogy; instructional design; instructional technology; course design; curriculum; educational technology; equity in education; social justice in education; theatre performance and management