Anthony Colella, Ph.D.
Department of Education Leadership Management and Policy
Dr. Anthony Colella is a graduate professor at Seton Hall University and holds a Ph.D. degree from Fordham University and a postdoctoral certificate from Harvard University. As an educator and lecturer for over forty years, he conducts seminars and workshops for school administrators and teachers, law enforcement, business and government personnel, and healthcare professionals. Dr. Colella's seminars focus on research in the field of change theory, the thinking/learning process, and the mind/body connection. As a certified reading and learning disabilities consultant, Dr. Colella has also worked with children and adults in diagnosing and prescribing effective learning practices for exceptional children. A specialist in the field of child growth and development, he has been a teacher and administrator in both public and private educational arenas as well as the owner and director of a private school in New Jersey.
- Ph.D., Fordham University, 1974
- P.C., Harvard University, 1983
- M.A., Seton Hall University, 1967
- Processes for Diverse Voices (Book Chapter) In A. Costa and R. Liebmann (Eds.), Supporting the spirit of learning: when process is content, Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin Press, January 1997
- Change: The Journey Begins (Book Chapter) In A. Costa and R. Liebmann (Eds.), The process centered school - sustaining a renaissance community, Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin Press, January 1997