Dr. Lisa Fiore brings her background in developmental and educational psychology to her early education undergraduate and graduate courses. A licensed Early Childhood teacher, she infuses documentation of children's and students' learning throughout her teaching and other research and writing pursuits.
As a parent and active board member of Families First Parenting Programs, in Cambridge, MA, Lisa strives to bridge home and family environments to make theory relevant for students. She enjoys writing and presenting at conferences, with a recent focus that draws inspiration from the practices of educators in Reggio Emilia, Italy.
Co-Founder and Co-Chair of Violence Against Women Initiative
Violence against Women: Representations, Interpretations, Explorations/Education is a call for action to put a stop to violence against women.
She has a PhD from Boston College, M.A.T. from Tufts University, and BA from Brandeis University.