Kathy Bloomfield, Director, Student Support Center
Office Location: Diane Halle Library
Office Number: 213
Office Hours: 9- 5
MTEL Licensure labs for education students- Communication/Literacy, Foundations of Reading, and Elementary, Early Childhood, Physical Education Subject Matter
Kathy Bloomfield has a B.S. from Stephen F. Austin University and a M.Ed. from CS University. She worked as a public educator for 25 years in New Jersey, Texas, and Vermont, moving from teaching in the elementary school to teaching in the high school. Her specialty area is working with "at risk" students, most particularly those who are documented with learning, neurological, and psychological issues. She currently holds certification in elementary, special education, and math and is a Registered Educational Therapist. She continues to work with students with disabilities, as a tutor and coordinator of the Student Support Program at Endicott. She serves now as the Assistant Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning. She also specializes in test preparation for high stakes assessments. She runs undergraduate and graduate workshops and labs for the Communication/Literacy, Foundations of Reading, General Curriculum, Early Childhood, and Physical Education Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure. She has also consulted with classroom teachers and taught test preparation courses for the math portion of the MCAS. She currently is teaching Math Methods, relating theoretical mathematics instruction to practical experience.