Janet Kremenitzer, Ed.D.


Assistant Professor and Coordinator for Graduate Studies
Department of Early Childhood and Childhood Education
Lehman College, City College of New York
Research Affiliate, Yale Psychology

Email:
Janet.Kremenitzer@lehman.cuny.edu

Janet P. Kreminitzer’s areas of research interest are: the application of the Salovey/Mayer model of Emotional Intelligence to education, both for pre-service teacher preparation training, as well as for in-service teacher professional development; developing a pre-school emotional literacy curriculum with a strong school/home component; developing integrated Unit Planning Frameworks for teachers in the elementary and pre-school level that incorporate emotional standards; researching the early association between language development and social-emotional well-being and academic success. 

Select Publications

Kremenitzer, J.P ., Mojsa, J.K., & Brackett, M.A.(2012). Creating an emotionally intelligent classroom culture. In Emotional Intelligence: Theoretical and cultural perspectives. Emmerling, R., Shanwal, V.K., & Mandal, M.K (Eds) Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Brackett, M.A., & Kremenitzer, J.P. (Eds). (2011). Creating Emotionally Literate Classrooms. Port Chester, New York : National Professional Resources.

Kremenitzer, J.P. (2011). Impact of emotional literacy upon successful life-long learning. In Creating Emotionally Literate Classrooms. Brackett, M.A, & Kremenitzer, J.P. (Eds). Port Chester, New York: National Professional Resources.

Brackett, M.A., Katulak, N., Kremenitzer, J.P., and Caruso, D. (2011). The emotionally intelligent teacher. In Creating Emotionally Literate Classrooms. Brackett, M.A, & Kremenitzer, J.P. (Eds). Port Chester, New York: National Professional Resources.

Kremenitzer, J.P. (2006). Collaboration between teacher educator and kindergarten teacher: A four year action research study to improve our own professional practices. Childhood Education, 82 (3), 165-170.

Kremenitzer, J.P. (2005). Emotional intelligence in teacher education. ACEI Focus onTeacher Education, 5(4), 6-7.

Kremenitzer, J.P. (2005). The emotionally intelligent early childhood educator: Self- reflective journaling. Early Childhood Education Journal, 33(1), 3-9. DOI:10.1007/s10643-005-0014-6. Online

Kremenitzer, J.P ., & Miller, R., (2003) Role of Early Childhood Educator: Practitioner, Diagnostician, and Super-teacher for All. The Journal of Early Education and Family Review, 10 (4), 5-12.

Kremenitzer, J.P. (2003) The principal and the professor working together: Teaching undergraduate education majors about emotional intelligence and its significant role in elementary teaching. Hawaii 2003 International Conference on Social Sciences. January 7-10, 2003. Honolulu, Hawaii. ISSN #1539-7300.

Kremenitzer, J.P ., & Miller R., (2003) Special role of the early childhood practitioner: A pedagogical model for all teachers at all levels. Hawaii 2003 International Conference on Education. June 12-15, 2003. Honolulu, Hawaii. ISSN # 1541-5880.