Djanna Hill
   
Dr. Djanna Hill, Associate Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Secondary/Middle Education at a NJ University, is a native New Yorker with a doctorate in Urban & Multicultural Education and over eight years of experience preparing teachers for urban classrooms. Professor Hill taught high school science in Baltimore, MD and Brooklyn, NY and has experience teaching educational foundations, research methods, and science methods at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Dr. Hill’s academic degrees are from Howard University and Columbia University. She is currently serving her fourth year on the National Association for Multicultural Education Board and her third year as Director of Paterson Teachers for Tomorrow, a “home grown” urban teacher preparation grant program. Dr. Hill conducts in-service professional development in the areas of urban and multicultural math and science methods. Her research interests include womanist theory, preparing teachers for urban schools, and arts-informed research methodologies. Dr. Hill is published in journals such as Multicultural Perspectives and Qualitative Inquiry.


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