Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
M.S. Education (MSEd)
Dr. Maxine Fisher has a doctorate in Educational Administration and has been an educator for over 50 years. Dr. Fisher served as District Supervisor for Language Arts and Social Studies K-12, and then moved on to become a middle school assistant principal, focusing on literacy instruction and its integration in the content areas. She became an elementary principal, where she focused on integrating technology across content areas to engage students in activities that developed and supported literacy skills. Dr. Fisher participated in Teachers College Reading and Writing Summer Workshops with Lucy Calkins, and has attended training sessions in Reading Recovery. At Walden University, Dr. Fisher teaches courses in reading and literacy. She has taught in the doctoral capstone courses, as well as chaired doctoral student dissertation committees.
READ 6718 - Culturally Diverse Classrooms
EDUC 7547/8547 - Program Development/Professional Development
EDUC 8090-655 - Doctoral Study Intensive
READ 6727 - Reading & Literacy Growth, grades 4-6
READ 6709 - Academic Diverse Classrooms
READ 6707 - Reading and Literacy Growth
READ 6605 - Literacy & Digital Environment
READ 6602 - Reading to Learn, Grades 6-12
EDUC 8081-655 - Completing the Prospectus
EdD, Hofstra University
Professional Diploma, Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus - Old Westbury, NY United States
MS, Hunter College - New York, NY United States
Palm Beach County Board of Elections, Volunteer - Wellington, FL United States
Awards / Honors
24th Annual David L. Clark National Graduate Student, 2003
Fisher, M. (2011). Online and Blended Learning.
Fisher, M. (2010). Social Media.