Stephanie J. Bradberry’s formal education includes a B.A. and M.A. in English and doctoral candidacy in Education: Curriculum and Teaching. Her formal certifications include a New Jersey Teaching Certification (highly qualified), a Pennsylvania Teaching Certification, and an Emergency Special Education Certification. Additionally, she earned a certificate in Writing for Children and Teenagers and a Time To Teach Trainer Certification in Differentiated Instruction: Student Engagement and Motivation. She is a member of numerous honor societies including Phi Beta Kappa.
Stephanie is the former founder and owner of Crosby Educational Consulting, LLC, which included her work as an educator, tutor, consultant, writer, and editor. Her career spans over 10 years as an adjunct professor of English, Literature, Education, and Business; three years as a high school English teacher; and several years as a subcontractor for various public and private schools in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. In these capacities, Stephanie taught or assisted in every type of classroom for all grades K-12, as well as undergraduate and graduate education. She also has experience as a curriculum developer using horizontal and vertical articulation, writing across the curriculum, and backward design.
Stephanie’s passion for academia is evident in being honored with awards like Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers and the Delaware Valley Education Consortium Scholarship. She is always active in and out of the classroom, either as an adviser, mentor or coach.