- Doctorate of Education - Curriculum and Instruction, Rutgers University, 2013
- Masters of Education - School and District Leadership, Thomas Edison State College, 2016
- Honors Bachelor of Science - Elementary Education, University of Delaware, 2005
PBL Learning and Design Thinking; Climate Change Education; Technology Implementation; Teacher Professional Development; Maker and Engineering Education; STEM Leadership and Administration K-12; STEM learning; Out-of-school Time Programming, Informal Learning Environments, and Higher Ed STEM administration.
Licensing and Certifications:
Elementary (K-5), Middle School Science (6-8), Earth Science (K-12), Supervisor, Principal, Chief School Administrator
ASCD, NJPSA, NSTA, GSA, NESTA, NSELA
Recent Peer-Reviewed Articles and Publications
2023: Cohen, E.& Kocioclek, B.(2023). How to systematically implement PBL and Design Thinking K-12 for Science Supervisors. Presentation presented at National Science Education Leadership Association Science Education Leadership Summit 2023. 22 March, Atlanta, GA.
2019: Cohen, E.(2019). How has Sci-I helped students/teachers engage with polar science and/or real world data?: An Administrator's Perspective. Presentation presented at Polar Ice Summit. 16 March, San Francisco, CA.
2013: Cohen, E.&Zimmerman, T.(2013). How students learn climate change using computer simulations. Poster presented at National Association of Research Science Teaching. 6-9 April Rio Grande, PR.
Cohen, E. (2013). Employing inquiry-based computer simulations and embedded scientist videos to teach challenging climate change and nature of science concepts. Paper presented at American Geological Union. 3-7 December, San Francisco, CA.