Alan Knoblach

Alan Knoblach
Graduate Teaching Lecturer, Educational Leadership


Alan started his teaching career as a special educator in New Hampshire and Maine, and has over 19 years experience as a classroom teacher and administrator in international schools, working in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. Alan has taught at the elementary and secondary levels, and currently is a teaching lecturer for Plymouth State University in the Educational Leadership programs.

Degrees and Education
  • EdD, Argosy University
  • CAGS, MEd, Plymouth State University
  • BS, Boston University
Research Interests
  • Brain Research
  • Gender Bbased Education
  • Information Technology
  • Entrepreneurship in Education
Recent Publications and Presentatations
  • EARCOS Administrator Workshop Presenter – “How to Deal with Difficult Teachers”; “Boys and Girls Learn Differently”; “Statistics You Can Use”; “Walkthrough Observations”
  • IBO Conference of the Americas – “Can You Predict a Student’s IB Results Before They Enter the Diploma Program?”
  • FCIS Workshop Presenter – “Boys and Girls Learn Differently”
  • NE/SA Workshop Presenter – “Success for All: How to help the Limited English Proficient student learn in the regular classroom”; “How to Turn Parent Conflict into Opportunity”; “Error Analysis: Using Writing to Learn Mathematics”
  • SEATCCO Workshop Presenter – “Go Beyond the Book: Innovative instructional assessment techniques for math”
  • ASIA Workshop Presenter – “Investigative Units: Student-centered project approach for elementary and middle grades”

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