Clinical Assistant Professor
Program Coordinator for Special Education
School of Education
School of Education New York
- @New York City
163 William Street
New York City
Mon, Thu (by appointment)
After completing my Educational Doctoral Degree at Long Island University in Curriculum and Instruction (2013), I joined the Pace University School of Education as the coordinator of Special Education in NYC. I am responsible for overseeing the proper functioning and quality of the special education program.
EdD , Long Island University-CW Post , Upper Brookville, NY , 2013
Curriculum and Intruction
MS , Long Island University , Brentwood, NY , 2009
Childhood Education and Special Education
BA , Binghamton University , Vestal, NY , 2002
Politics, Philosophy and Law
Pankowski, J. & Walker, J. T.
Improving novice teacher effectiveness through simulated and traditional instruction..
Journal for the National Association of Alternative Certification .
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http://163 Williams St
Pankowski, J., Charles, M. & , .
(2018, October 26).
New York State, Council for Exceptional Children Annual Conference.
Council for Exceptional Children CEC, Albany, NY
(2018, February 06).
Eastern Educational Research Association Conference.
EERA-Eastern Educational Research Association, Clearwater FL
Pankowski, J. (2017, June). Florida CASE, . St. Petersburg FL.. Council of Administrator in Special Education , Florida
My background is working with individuals with autism spectrum disorders and attention deficit disorders, I continue to work both in the field with new teachers and well as address the role of technology in supporting both students and teachers in the classroom environment. My research has also focused on the role of simulation in developing novice teachers. This research has looked at combining traditional teach pedagogy with the use of avatar technology to provide new alternative certification teachers and teacher candidates with realistic student simulations for the purpose of skill development and self-reflection.