Assistant Professor, Childhood Education, Professional Education Programs
Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, Kansas State University
M.S.E., Mathematics Education, Hunter College
B.A., Elementary Education and Psychology, Hofstra University
Professional Education Certifications
Permanent Certification, New York State Department of Education
Common Branch License (N-6) New York City
- EDU 206 Educational Psychology
- EDU 507 Responsive Classrooms
- EDU 555 Childhood Methods
- EDU 574 Reading/Writing Across Content Areas
- EDU 588/337 Classroom Management
- EDU 594 Teacher-Researcher Portfolio
- EDU 649/650, 670/671 Student Teaching
Program Review Committee 2015 – Present
Faculty Development Committee, Proposal Reviewer 2012
May College, Professional Development 2012
Book Reviewer, Corwin Press, 2010 – Present
Troy School District, Culturally Responsive Professional Development, March 2012
Troy School District, Culturally Responsive Professional Development/Training, School-Based, 2012 – Present
Troy School District
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Powell-Lambright, T. (2012-Present) Teacher Leadership Quality Partnership Grant (TLQP) Principal Investigator, Sage sub-grant award. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)
Innovative Teaching Grant, Sage Colleges, 2014
I enjoy spending time with my family, engaging in creative projects, and watching thought provoking movies.
YWCA’s Resource Woman 2014
Sprott, K. and Powell-Lambright, T. (2015) Employing Culturally Responsive Teaching in Higher Education: A Black Girl’s Story. National Association of African American Studies Annual Conference. Monograph.
Powell-Lambright, T. (2014) Read a Book, Watch a Movie: Exploring the Dynamics of Social Justice Through Literature and Film. Book Chapter. Joanne Dowdy and Kenneth Cusher, eds.
Sprott, K. and Powell-Lambright, T. (2015) Employing Culturally Responsive Teaching in Higher Education: A Black Girl’s Story. National Association of African American Studies Annual Conference. Baton Rouge, LA.
Powell-Lambright, T. (2014) Differentiated Student Feedback Approach. New York Association for College and Teacher Education (NYACTE) Breakout session. Annual conference. Saratoga Springs, NY.
McLeod, T. and Powell-Lambright, T. (2014) Responsive Classrooms: Valuing All Learners. New York Association for College and Teacher Education (NYACTE) Breakout session. Annual conference. Saratoga Springs, NY.
Myers, A. and Powell-Lambright, T. (2014) Opportunities and Challenges: Diversity Comes to North Country Schools. Breakout session. North Country Diversity Conference, SUNY Plattsburg. Plattsburg, NY.
Powell-Lambright, T. (2014) Listening to Parents: The Vehicle to Increasing Parental Engagement, for Real! District-wide professional development session. Troy School District. Troy, NY.
Powell-Lambright, T. (2013) Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners Through Instructional and Professional Paradigm Shifts. Paper/Presentation Professional Development National Conference. New Orleans, LA.
Powell-Lambright, T. (2012) Where is the Equity in the Common Core Learning Standards.Presentation. Midwest Equity Assistance Center. Kansas City, MO.
Powell, T. (2011) Wow, This Really Works! Culturally Responsive Teaching in Mathematics.Presentation/Discussion. Equity Alliance at Arizona State University Annual Conference. Phoenix, AZ.
Powell, T. (2010) Keeping it REAL:: Insights on Student Leadership, Workshop presents an overview of the REAL Scholars Project and provided practical tips for developing student leadership programs as a means to bridge opportunity gap for multicultural students. Best Practices Summit. Omaha, NE.
Powell, T. (2010) The “Dynamics” of Diversity. Young Professionals of Reno County. Workshop provided insight and tools for managing diversity in the workplace. Hutchinson, KS
Powell, T. (2007) Understanding the Needs of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students. Kansas Association of School Counselors (local branch). Workshop. Emporia, KS.
Powell, T. (2007) The Influence of Signification, Legitimation and Domination on Mexican-American Paraprofessionals in a Math Methods Course. Paper presented at annual conference of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL.