Carole Bruzzano teaches first year writing courses, onsite, at Montclair State University, and fully online courses at NJ two year colleges. She is also a professor-in-residence at William Paterson University in NJ where she works with new and veteran teachers on differentiating instruction and building teacher teams for collaboration. Her interests include active student learning and full inclusion for all grade levels. She strongly believes that the advances in technology will continue to drive change and spark innovation in education. As an educator and teacher trainer committed to quality instruction, she is dedicated to integrating new technologies into her onsite courses and assist teachers in educational organizations in meeting the challenges that come with change in education.

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