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Marcia Knoll
Position: Professor
Campus Affiliation: Hunter College
Phone: (212)772-4761
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D. St. John’s University.
Research Interests: Curriculum and Teaching, Instructional Supervision, Educational Leadership

MARCIA KNOLL is currently employed at Hunter College CUNY as a profession and Program Coordinator of the Administration and Supervision program and a coordinator of several grants. Dr. Knoll a career educator who has served in all the educational seats. She has served as a teacher and administrator in the New York City Public Schools, and then Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services in the Valley Stream Central High School district on Long Island. She has had extensive experience in gifted education having designed and implemented programs for the gifted in the public sector and for St. John’s University. Dr. Knoll has been recognized and honored by the educational community having received numerous awards and citations, including a tribute read into the Congressional Record of the 99th Congress of the U.S. She has been honored as Educator of the Year for N. Y. S. and N. Y. C. ASCD, and the St. John’s Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa. Dr. Knoll is a past president of international ASCD. She is the author of Administrator’s Guide to Student Achievement and Higher Test Scores (Josey-Bass WIley, 2002), Supervision for Better Instruction (Prentice Hall, 1987), Elementary Principal’s Survival Guide (Prentice Hall, 1984), as well as over fifteen articles.


Invitation from Corwin Press to create a proposal for a new book, working title: Emotional Intelligence: The Missing Link In Leadership; Two articles in development: Working titles follow: “Peer Observation as Professional Development” and “The Use of Video for Supervisory Students' Self-Assessment of Conferencing Skills.”