Babette Moeller

distinguished scholar

Babette Moeller focuses on the development of and research on educational programs across the curriculum that help ensure elementary, secondary, and post-secondary students with disabilities are included in and benefit from educational reform efforts. As project director of numerous EDC research and development projects, she contributes her extensive experience designing and implementing technology-supported programs in both general and special education, providing professional development for teachers and administrators in a variety of settings, and conducting formative and summative evaluation research.

Moeller is the lead author of the Math for All program published by Corwin Press. Math for All is a professional development program that assists districts as they aim to implement standards-based math education with a wide range of learners, including those with disabilities, in grades K–5. She also is an active member of professional teacher organizations. She serves as Past President of Science Education for Students with Disabilities (SESD), a professional group affiliated with the National Science Teacher Association (NSTA). A proposal reviewer for the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Education, she contributes to expert panels and serves on national advisory boards.

 Currently an adjunct faculty member at Bank Street College of Education, Moeller has taught courses in technology integration, media research, and child development at Fordham University's Graduate School of Education and the New School for Social Research. She regularly presents papers at professional conferences, and writes articles for educators, social scientists, and policy makers. She holds a PhD in developmental psychology from the New School for Social Research.