Paul Adorno has been an adjunct faculty member in the Art Education department since 1974. He has taught Educational Psychology, Group Processes in the Classroom, Presentation Skills, the Art of Teaching, and Creative and Cognitive Development.
Adorno is the director of Educational Innovation at the Philadelphia Education Fund. Since joining the Ed Fund in November 1999, he created the PAIR (Principals Activity Involved in Renewal) Program, and worked with the Principals Technology Exchange and IBM's CPI (Continuous Practice Improvement) and Learning Village programs while he served as the Ed Fund's Coordinator of Educational Technology.
Prior to joining the Ed Fund, Mr. Adorno served as the Teaching Learning Network Coordinator for the Audenried Cluster of the School District of Philadelphia.
A 35-year veteran of the School District of Philadelphia, Mr. Adorno is a graduate of Georgetown University (A.B. American Literature and Chinese) and the University of Pennsylvania (M.S. in Education). He started his teaching Career as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Malawi where he taught at Mtendere Secondary School.
Mr. Adorno has served as an adjunct faculty member at Temple and Cheyney Universities since 1974. He also serves on the board of the Mid-Atlantic Coalition of Essential Schools.
Class Schedule, Spring 2016
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