Richard F. Bernato

Associate ProfessorAdjunct Professor
Administrative and Instructional Leadership
Doctor of Education, Educational Leadership, Administration and Technology, Dowling CollegeProfessional Diploma, Educational Administration and Leadership, Long Island UniversityMS, Social Studies, Queens College City University of New YorkBA, Social Studies Education, St. John's University
Dr. Bernato graduated from St. John’s University with a BA in Social Studies Education. He completed his MS degree in Social Studies Education at Queens College and his Professional Diploma in Educational Leadership at C. W. Post. He earned his Doctor of Education from Dowling College. Dr. Bernato became a Professor of Educational Leadership, Technology, and Administration at Dowling College and also served that institution as their NCATE Coordinator and Assistant Dean of the School of Education. He is now a Professor of Administration and Instructional Leadership at St. John’s University. In addition he taught social studies, and served in various administrational leadership posts, culminating as Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services for Connetquot Schools. Dr. Bernato has developed curriculum, published educational simulations and educational articles. He has served as consultant to the New York State Education Department and many schools and school districts in New York, chiefly working in curriculum design, school improvement and reform, strategic planning, and shared decision - making. His book, The Futures Based Change Leader, a Formula for Sustained Change will soon be published by Rowan and Littlefield.

Research Interests

Parental Influence Gifted Education Gender Equity

Courses Taught

EDU
5103
EDU GOVERNANCE & POLICY
EDU
5301
LEADERSHIP,DEC, MULTICULT ORG
EDU
5415
INTRO TO EDU ADMINISTRATION
EDU
5419
ADV STUDY IN ORG THEORY
EDU
5471
LEADERSHIP IN INSTR SUPR
EDU
5571
ADM LEADERSHIP IN SCHOOLS
EDU
5741
ECONOMICS & FINANCING OF EDUC
EDU
5743
EDUCATIONAL PLANNING
EDU
5990
DOCTORAL RESEARCH SEMINAR
EDU
7579
OBSERVATION ANALYSIS FOR TEACH
EDU
7701
RE & DEV IN INNOVATIVE INSTR
EDU
7708
TRENDS & TECH IN EVAL OF PROG
EDU
7901
ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH