Greer Richardson, Ph.D.

Professor; Director, The La Salle Institute for Collective Impact in Education; and Associate Director, Philadelphia Regional Institute for STEM Educators (PRISE)
Olney Hall 112

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Education. I also serve and the Associate Director for STEM Programs in Graduate Education. I have been a faculty member in the Department since 1999.  It goes without saying that I have a passion for teaching and learning.  I have been fortunate over the years to share this passion with my students. My research projects include: technological pedagogical content knowledge development, self-efficacy and its impacts on student achievement and teacher preparation, and oral histories of African American female athletes from the city of Philadelphia.

Teacher and Student Self-Efficacy
Instructional Technology
Formative and Summative Program Evaluation

Temple University, Educational Psychology-Learning and Cognition, Ph. D. 1999
Rutgers University, Educational Psychology-Learning, Cognition and Development, M. Ed. 1992
University of Pennsylvania, Psychology (major), Child Development (minor), BA 1989

Teachers and Technology
Managing the Teaching and Learning Environment
Foundations of Education (hybrid)
Lifespan Human Development (hybrid and on-line)