Kerry is currently a history teacher and 6-12 department head for the Weston Public Schools, and served as President as the Massachusetts Council for the Social Studies for the 2017-2018 school year. Prior to her work in Weston, she was the Director of History and Social Studies for the Public Schools, the K-12 Social Studies Director for the Arlington Public Schools, and a high school history teacher at Framingham High School. She has taught the secondary education Pedagogy of History at Brandeis University and currently teaches the elementary social studies methods course at Boston University. Kerry is on the Educational Advisory Committee for the Digital Public Library of America, serves on the American Archive of Public Broadcasting Education Advisory Committee, and has been recognized by the Boston chapter of the NAACP for her work developing curriculum for teaching about busing and school desegregation. She holds a bachelors degree in history and political science from Marquette University, an M.Ed. from UMASS-Amherst, and an Ed.D. from Boston College. Find her on Twitter @dunneteach !
B.A. in History and Politcal Science, Marquette University, 1996
M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, UMASS-Amherst, 1997
Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, Boston College, 2012
Ch 518 Elementary Social Studies Methods