esteves school of education
Accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation, the Esteves School of Education’s master’s and doctoral programs meet the highest standards in the field. Graduates are highly effective educators, school counselors, and school leaders who believe in full inclusion, value diversity, and are knowledgeable about best practices.
· Educational Leadership (Ed.D.) · Applied Behavior Analysis & Autism (Online M.S.) · Childhood/Literacy Education (M.S.) · Childhood/Special Education (M.S.) · Literacy Education (M.S. Ed.) · Literacy/Special Education (M.S.) · Professional School Counseling (M.S.) · Professional School Counseling (Advanced Certificate) · School District Leader (Advanced Certificate) · School Health Education (M.S.) · Special Education (M.S. Ed.) MEET THE DEAN
John J. Pelizza, Ph.D.
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Dr. Pelizza joined Sage in 1974 as a faculty member in the department of health education. A sought-after expert in change, productivity, and team building, Dr. Pelizza has spoken to hundreds of organizations throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
Sage prepared me in a lot of ways, but I think the BIGGEST thing I took away from Sage was how to be a reflective teacher. Patrick Farley, M.S. ’12
Third and fourth grade teacher, Crystal Lake Elementary School 2018 Florida Teacher of the Year finalist Childhood Education program