Fawzia Reza, Ed.D.

Adjunct Faculty,
Department of Teaching and Learning

Dr. Fawzia Reza enjoys teaching prospective teachers regarding developmentally appropriate practices in early childhood education (ECE). She enjoys studying ECE-related issues, particularly in the context of multicultural education. She recently authored a book, The Effects of the September 11 Terrorist Attack on Pakistani-American Parental Involvement in U.S., Lexington publishers (2015).

Dr. Reza has studied teacher perspectives regarding assessment strategies in transitional kindergarten under a grant from the Lucile-Packard Foundation and is currently conducting research on Common Core curriculum standards in the state of California.

Education

  • Doctorate in Educational Leadership
    California State University and Long Beach
  • Bachelor's in Liberal Studies
    California State University and Long Beach
  • Master's in Early Childhood Education
    California State University and Long Beach

Research Interests

  • Early childhood education
  • Curriculum and assessment

Program Affiliations

M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education Master of Education

The Master of Early Childhood Education program focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to engage young children in learning experiences that will influence future educational opportunities. You will learn to create viable, age-specific, and dynamic learning environments.

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Semester Credits

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