Nancy Moreau, Ph.D. is a Professor of Education at Northampton Community College (NCC) in Tannersville, PA. She received her doctorate in Instructional Design from Capella University.  As coordinator of the Education Department at NCC, Dr. Moreau has served on the Flipped Classroom Task Force at the college. In addition to “flipping” her onsite classes, she leads professional development courses on technology in the classroom.  A NBCT physics teacher with over 30 years in the classroom, Dr. Moreau embraces innovation in the classroom and strives to create real world connection with her students. As the author of several content books for the NYS Regents program, Dr. Moreau continues to have an active role in course development and assessment. She now resides in PA with her husband, Wayne.

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