Miriam Singer

Associate Professor

Peter Sammartino School of Education

Short Abstract

Miriam J. Singer is an associate professor of education at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ. Dr. Singer is the director of the QUEST program – a 5 year accelerated BA/MAT program. Dr. Singer has over 30 years of K-12 classroom and administrative experience. Her BS is in zoology with a minor in math and physics from Michigan State University. Her MA from Eastern Michigan University is in special education, and her doctorate from Seton Hall is in educational administration.

Her research includes whole school reform outcomes in the NJ Abbott districts, school facility issues, technology in the classroom, learning disabilities, ethno-religious alienation in schools, and multiple intelligences.

She has published in the Learning Consultants Journal, The Australian Journal of Early Childhood, Multicultural Perspectives, and has a recent book chapter entitled “Implications and Complications of Faith-Based Initiatives for Educational Programs”. She has presented at several regional, national and international conferences.

Dr. Singer’s passion is teaching. She currently teaches teacher candidates (pre-service) and in-service teachers.  She also teaches methodology for secondary math and science teachers.

University College

Peter Sammartino School of Education
Mail Stop T-BH2-01
1000 River Road
Teaneck, NJ 07666