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Karl Douglas Sineath

Adjunct Lecturer on Education
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Degree:  M.T.S., Harvard University, (2005)
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Faculty Assistant:  Susan Kandel

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Karl Sineath teaches English at the Boston Community Leadership Academy (BCLA), where he implements research-based teaching within thematic units and introduces high school students to cycles of inquiry that stimulate interest and require critical reading, writing, and thinking. While at BCLA he has earned the designation of Exemplary Teacher, and has been chair of the English department, professional development coordinator, and instructional leadership team member. Sineath was a mentor teacher for the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Teacher Education Program from 2008-2011, and is currently a mentor teacher for the Boston Teacher Residency. He holds a B.A. from Johns Hopkins University (2002), an M.T.S. (Master of Theological studies) from the Harvard Divinity School (2005), and an Ed.D. from Northeastern University (2014).

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