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Marvin Berkowitz

Marvin Berkowitz, author of a reference guide on Social Emotional Learning

Marvin W. Berkowitz, PhD is the inaugural Sanford N. McDonnell Endowed Professor of Character Education, and Co-Director of the Center for Character and Citizenship at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and University of Missouri Thomas Jefferson Fellow. He was the inaugural Ambassador H.H. Coors Professor of Character Development at the US Air Force Academy (1999), and Professor of Psychology at Marquette University (1979-1999).

He earned his Ph.D. in Life-span Developmental Psychology at Wayne State University in 1977.

His scholarly focus and expertise is in character education and development. He is author of Parenting for Good (2005), You Can’t Teach Through a Rat: And Other Epiphanies for Educators (2012), and more than 100 book chapters, monographs, and journal articles. He is founding co-editor of the Journal of Character Education.

Dr. Berkowitz received the Sanford N. McDonnell Lifetime Achievement Award from the Character Education Partnership (2006), the Good Works Award from the Association for Moral Education (2010), and the University of Missouri System’s Thomas Jefferson Professorship (2011-12). With Maurice Elias, he is co-author of the laminated reference guide Social-Emotional Learning: Creating Schools of Competence and Character.

 


Our Authors:

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Aldrich, Seth Fisher, Douglas Larson, Garth Radziewicz, Christine K.
Argiro, Sue French, Nancy K. Lasater, Mary Reiff, Henry B.
Armstrong, Thomas Frey, Nancy Laurent, Amy Renzulli, Joseph
Ashcroft, Wendy Friedlander, Brian S. Lickona, Thomas Rief, Sandra
Barrett, Angel Friend, Marilyn Lipsky, Dorothy Kerzner Russo, Concetta
Bateman, David Gardner, Howard Lisy-Macan, Lynn Salovey, Peter
Beljung, Jaclyn Gentry, Marcia Little, Mary Sarathy, Padmaja
Berkowitz, Marvin Gerlach, Kent Lopez, Estee Schaffer, Gary
Besko-Maughan, Christine Gibbon, Thomas Lott, Rufus Scully, Jennifer L.
Brackett, Marc A. Glasser, William Love, Nancy Shelton, Claudia Marshall
Broun, Leslie Goleman, Daniel Marotta, Mike Shore, Kenneth
Casbarro, Joseph Gusman, Jo Martinez, Sylvia Sizer, Ted
Chandler-Olcott, Kelly Hamblet, Elizabeth C. Maurer, Marvin Spruill, Tony
Church, Ellen Booth Hanson, Helene M. Mayer, John D. Stern, Robin
Cline, Jenifer Hayes, Gillian McAvoy, Elizabeth Teele, Sue
Cohen, Jonathan Heilbronner, Nancy McDermott, Carrie Tenaglia, Phil
Darling-Hammond, Linda Heintzman, Lynn Middendorf, Cindy Thousand, Jacqueline
Dean, Stacy Pellechia Hierck, Tom Moll, Anne Tiegerman, Ellenmorris
Delloso, Angela Hinduja, Sameer Nevin, Ann Villa, Richard
DeRoche, Edward Hines, Rebecca Norlander, Karen Villani, Susan
Dieker, Lisa Hoerr, Thomas Oelwein, Patricia Williams, Jacob
Ditrano, Christine Honigsfeld, Andrea Patchin, Justin Wright, Jim
Dove, Maria Hosaflook, Stephen Peek, Fran Wolfe, Pat
Dunkelblau, Ed Hosp, John Pert, Candace
Dunne, Kathy Hosp, Michelle Plain, Francesca
Eaton, Mary Ann Iervolino, Constance Pompei, Vincent
Elias, Maurice Jensen, Eric Poole, Sharon
Karten, Toby Prizant, Barry
Kemp, Karen A.
Keohane, Joyce
King-Sears, Margaret E.
Kluth, Paula
Kohn, Alfie
Kolb Quinn, AnneMarie
Kolwicz, Kenneth
Kremenitzer, Janet Pickard


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