Contact Information
Phone: 617-358-4697
Email: edhs@bu.edu

Educational History

  • Ed. D, Harvard Graduate School Of Education, Teaching, Curriculum & Learning Environments
  • Advanced Doctoral Fellowship, Harvard Graduate School Of Education, 1994
  • National Bilingual Fellow, Harvard Graduate School Of Education, 1991-93
  • CAS Administration, Harvard Graduate School Of Education, Planning & Social Policy.
  • M.S., Lesley College Graduate School, Learning Disabilities, Behavioral Disorders.
  • B.S., Tufts University, Psychology, Child Study

Professional Certifications

  • 1991  Elementary Principal and School Administration
  • 1983  School Psychology/Administration of the WISC-R / Intelligence Testing
  • 1976 Special Educator, Learning Disabilities and Behavioral Disorders

Course Taught

  • AP 599   Leaders Addressing the Achievement Gap
  • AP 720    Performance Based Leadership
  • AP 750    Supervision and Evaluation

Selected Publications: Books,Booklets, and Book Chapters

  • Harris Stefanakis, E. (2010). Differentiated Assessment: Finding Every Learner’s Potential. San Francisco: Wiley, Jossey Bass Publishers. Book and DVD
  • Harris Stefanakis, E.(2010). Stepping India in the Right Direction (Innovations Case Discussion: iDiscoveri) Technology, Governance, Globalization, Spring 2010, Vol. 5, No. 2, Pages 57-62
  • Harris Stefanakis, E. (2004). Assessing Young Immigrant Students: Are We Finding their Strengths? in Sadowski, M. Teaching Immigrant and Second Language Students: Strategies for Success. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.
  • Harris Stefanakis,E. (2002). A Window into the Learner’s Mind: Multiple Intelligences and Portfolios. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann & Boynton Cook Publishers (book and CD Rom)
  • Harris Stefanakis, E. (2001) A Portfolio Resource Guide for K-12 Classroom Educators. (Greek and English Summary )  Athens, Greece: Athens College Press.
  • Harris Stefanakis, E.. (1999). Teachers’ Judgments Do Count: Assessing Bilingual Students. In Beykont, Z. (Ed.). Lifting Every Voice Pedagogy and Politics of Bilingualism, (pp. 139-160). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Publishing Group.
  • Harris Stefanakis, E. (1998). Whose Judgment Counts? Assessing Bilingual Children (K-3). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann & Boynton Cook Publishers.
  • Stefanakis, Evangeline D, Harris (1997). The Power in Portfolios: A Way to Sit Beside the Learner. In Torff, B. (Ed.) Multiple Intelligences & Assessment. Illinois: IRI Skylight Publishers.
  • Harris Stefanakis, Evangeline. (1997). Portfolios: A Way to Sit Beside the Learner In Veenema, S, Seidel, S. (Editors). The Project Zero Classroom. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Educational Publishing Group.

Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate students at the School of Education benefit from the community feel of a small school along with the resources of a large university. Our students are in the field in both urban and suburban schools as early as their first year at SED.

Graduate Students

Talented graduate students from around the world prepare to become teachers, counselors, administrators, and more in as little as one year at the School of Education. Our students engage in diverse aspects of education both in the classroom and the field.