Timothy Constant, Ed.D. is a Part-Time Lecturer in the Teacher Education Department at Eastern Michigan University and the Lead Curriculum and Instructional Coach for Clarenceville School District in Livonia, MI. Prior to his work in Clarenceville, Dr. Constant was the Associate Director of Teacher Education and Outreach at The Zekelman Holocaust Center in Farmington Hills, MI where he developed an award-winning educational outreach program that provided workshops and curriculum/instructional resources for teachers throughout Michigan. Prior to his position at the Zekelman Holocaust Center, Dr. Constant served in numerous administrative capacities as a principal, assistant principal, academic dean and director for various school districts in Hamtramck, Southfield, and Detroit, and Bloomfield Hills, MI. Prior to administration, Dr. Constant was a Social Studies and English Language Arts high school and middle school teacher for 11 years in various school districts in Southfield, Warren, Detroit, and Bloomfield Hills, MI. Dr. Constant currently is a national workshop facilitator for the Anti-Defamation League’s Echoes and Reflections educational program, is an annual guest lecturer for the College Board’s Summer Institutes and is the co-organizer for the Summer Workshop on Holocaust Studies at the Museum of History and Holocaust Education at Kennesaw State University. Dr. Constant serves as a board member for the Michigan Council for the Social Studies, the Michigan Geographic Alliance, the Michigan Social Studies Supervisors Association, and the Alumni Society Board at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. He is currently the chair of the Michigan Social Studies Olympiad and a former board member of the Association for Constructivist Teaching. Dr. Constant’s passion is research and is an annual proposal reviewer for the American Educational Research Association (AERA).
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