Educational Researcher for Spectrum of Care Initiative
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As the Educational Researcher for the Spectrum of Care Initiative, Dr. Jessica E. Brodsky applies her knowledge of educational research methods and statistics to produce data that informs evidence-based recommendations for instruction and assessment strategies in veterinary education.
Dr. Brodsky’s educational research experience includes a multi-year collaboration with faculty to design and evaluate a new fact-checking curriculum administered to hundreds of undergraduates. She also consulted with a non-profit organization to evaluate a new digital literacy curriculum completed by thousands of Canadian middle and high-school students. Dr. Brodsky has presented research findings at national conferences and first-authored and co-authored peer-reviewed publications. She has also taught multiple semesters of an advanced undergraduate research methods course and has experience teaching both in person and online.
Dr. Brodsky holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and a certificate in Interactive Technology and Pedagogy from The Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY). Prior to pursuing her Ph.D., Dr. Brodsky worked as a Learning Designer at the Center for Teaching and Learning at Columbia University. In this role, she collaborated with faculty and technical teams to create online and multimedia course materials. She also designed and led professional development workshops for faculty.