Kristen DiGiovanni is an assistant director of undergraduate field-based experiences and associate director of teaching fellows and Fifth Year programs at Endicott College. Prior to her work at Endicott, Kristen served as a public school teacher, assistant principal, and special educator. She is licensed in K-12 administration, elementary 1-6, and moderate disability PreK-8, as well as Wilson Language certified.
Salem State University
Master's in Elementary Education, 2008
Endicott College, Bachelor's in Elementary Education, 2003
Awards and Accomplishments
DiGiovanni has recently participated in TED 2019 CEC conference and Deans for Impact organization. Kristen is actively pursuing her Ed.D., and her research focuses on teacher self-efficacy and regulation as it relates to dispositions in the field.
Halloween 2020: What Will Halloween Look Like During the Coronavirus Pandemic?
The Fall 2020 School Classroom: How Will School During the COVID-19 Pandemic Look & What Should Kids & Parents Expect?