Specialization(s): Child Psychology, Early Childhood Education
Korn-Bursztyn is a psychologist and Professor of Early Childhood Education at Brooklyn College, where she has been faculty director of the Early Childhood Center Programs, the lab school of the School of Education since 1991.
She began her career as an English teacher, and as an early childhood educator, and worked as a school psychologist in New York City public and private schools and in clinical settings before coming to Brooklyn College.
She is the author of numerous articles on children’s narrative, the arts in education and teacher research, and the co-author, with Alberto Bursztyn, of Rethinking Multicultural Education: Case Studies in Cultural Transition (Bergin & Garvey, 2002).
Korn C. (2002) Scenes From a Studio: Working With the Arts in an Early Childhood Classroom. R. Journal of Early Education, 30 (1), 39-46.
Korn, C., Bursztyn, A. (Eds.). ( 2002). Rethinking Multicultural Education: Case Studies in Cultural Transition. New York: Bergin & Garvey, Greenwood Press. (207 pages.)
Korn, C. (2002). Introduction: Cultural transitions and curricular transformations. In Rethinking Multicultural Education: Case Studies in Cultural Transition (pp.1-11). New York: Bergin & Garvey, Greenwood Press.
Korn, C. (2002). Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge: The geography of social and cultural transitions. In Rethinking Multicultural Education: Case Studies in Cultural Transition, (pp.64-79). New York: Bergin & Garvey, Greenwood Press.
Korn, C. (2002). Photo-op diversity in public education: On troubling the taken-for granted. R. Educators for Urban Minorities, 2(1), 8-15.
Morris, J. M. & Korn-Bursztyn, Carol (2002). The Imagination Station: a Drama Education Program for Preschool Teachers. R. Youth Theatre Journal, 16, 38-47.
Korn, C. (2001). The language of teaching and the vocabularies of possibility. R. Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education, 5(1), 73-86.
Korn, C. & Trachtman, G. (1998) . Dialogic process and psychological assessment: A case study. R. Special Services in the Schools , 14(1/2), 23-40.
Korn, C. (1998). Center profile: The Carleton Washburne Early Childhood Center. Campus Child Care News: National Coalition for Campus Children’s Centers, 13(3), 3,6.
Korn- Bursztyn, C. (1998) . How young children make sense of their life stories. R. Early Childhood Education Journal, 25(4), 223-228.
Korn, C. (1997). “I used to be very smart:” Children talk about immigration. R. Education and Culture: The Journal of the John Dewey Society , 14(2) , 17-24.
Korn, C. (1997). The role of school psychologists in children’s cultural transitions. R. The School Psychologist, 51(4), 106-108.
Korn, C. (1997) . Children's narrative and pedagogical listening. R. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 13(2), 11-18.
Korn, C. (1997). Applying a narrative frame to the assessment of children. R. Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 13, 28-37.
Korn-Bursztyn, C. (1997). Translating stories across cultures. R. Education and Culture: The Journal of the John Dewey Society, 14 (1), 18-23
Korn-Bursztyn, C. (1995). Literacy, literature, and relationships: A conceptual model and shared journey. R Journal of Teaching and Learning Literature, 4, 54-57.
Buchholz, E. and Korn-Bursztyn, C. (1993). Children of adolescent mothers: Are they at risk for abuse? R Adolescence, 28, 362-382.