Assistant Clinical Professor
Division of Curriculum and Teaching
113 West 60th Street
Room 1103 - D
Wednesdays and Thursdays: 1-3 p.m.
Fridays: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Robert Niewiadomski is an assistant clinical professor in the Division of Curriculum and Teaching at Fordham University's Graduate School of Education. He coordinates the Master of Science in Teaching childhood education program. In addition, he advises students in the childhood education and multilingual education programs.
Niewiadomski is a Teach For America alumnus and has over a decade of experience teaching English as a New Language in New York City public middle and high schools. He holds a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Columbia University and a master's degree in TESOL from Fordham University. He is currently pursuing doctoral studies in Fordham GSE's Innovation in Curriculum and Instruction program and Hunter College's instructional leadership program.
M.S.T. TESOL, Fordham University
B.A. Philosophy, Columbia University
Robert Niewiadomski's research interests focus on the intersection of multilingualism, raciolinguistics, and queer studies and their impact on individuals and society from a critical theory perspective. He investigates how linguistic repertoires and identity markers intersect to create injustices and privileges within communities.
Children's Literature in a Multicultural Society (CTGE 5245)
Educating Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners: Pre K-12 (CTGE 5420)
Literacy and Learning Across the Curriculum (CTGE 5547)
Literacy Across the Curriculum in Inclusive Classrooms (CTGE 5548)
Second Language Acquisition and Assessment (CTGE 5842)
Teaching English Oracy and Literacy to Speakers of Other Languages (CTGE 5846)
Multilingual Oracy and Literacy (CTGE 5852)
Historical, Philosophical, and Multicultural Foundations of American Education (UEGE 5102)