Dr. Christine Morano Magee received her Doctorate in Special Education under the Leaders for System Change Grant at The George Washington University.  In 2008 she was awarded the Vest Family Fellowship and in 2010 the Alumni Prize for her graduate work at The George Washington University, Graduate School of Education and Human Development.  While conducting her dissertation research Dr. Magee was a visiting research scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her dissertation,  A phenomenological, hermeneutic case study of two studio learning environments: Reggio Emilia pre-school Atelier and MIT TEAL Freshmen Studio Physics, investigated the integration of technology and caring in the studio classroom environment. Dr. Magee has been an adjunct professor at The George Washington University and has conducted independent educational consulting and research, specializing in curriculum development, technology integration, bi-lingual special education and teacher training. She was Director of Educational Services for VSAarts at the Kennedy Center.  Most recently, Dr. Magee has been appointed to the International Association of Technology, Education and Development, International Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Magee also has a Masters of Liberal Studies from Georgetown University, A MFA from University of Virginia and a BA from Mary Baldwin College.  Prior to her career in higher education Dr. Magee was a studio art teacher and department chair at an elementary and middle school for boys.

Dr. Christine Morano Magee received her Doctorate in Special Education under the Leaders for System Change Grant at The George Washington University.  In 2008 she was awarded the Vest Family Fellowship and in 2010 the Alumni Prize for her graduate work at The George Washington University, Graduate School of Education and Human Development.  While conducting her dissertation research Dr. Magee was a visiting research scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her dissertation,  A phenomenological, hermeneutic case study of two studio learning environments: Reggio Emilia pre-school Atelier and MIT TEAL Freshmen Studio Physics, investigated the integration of technology and caring in the studio classroom environment. Dr. Magee has been an adjunct professor at The George Washington University and has conducted independent educational consulting and research, specializing in curriculum development, technology integration, bi-lingual special education and teacher training. She was Director of Educational Services for VSAarts at the Kennedy Center.  Most recently, Dr. Magee has been appointed to the International Association of Technology, Education and Development, International Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Magee also has a Masters of Liberal Studies from Georgetown University, A MFA from University of Virginia and a BA from Mary Baldwin College.  Prior to her career in higher education Dr. Magee was a studio art teacher and department chair at an elementary and middle school for boys.

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