Richard Weisenhoff, EdD
Richard Weisenhoff is Academic Lead for the MS in Education International Teaching and Global Learning cohort and a senior lecturer in the Johns Hopkins School of Education.
Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, Dr. Weisenhoff was the Executive Director of Academics for the Baltimore County Public Schools, where he was responsible for the development and implementation of the PreK-12 instructional program for the school system. While in Baltimore County, he was tasked with facilitating the initiative from a traditional, text-based curriculum to personalized learning through the use of a 1:1 technology plan. He also served as a Senior Director for the College Board’s EXCELerator program, evaluating school systems as they prepared all students to be College and Career Ready and training administrative staff to implement policies and procedures dedicated to ensuring nontraditional students had equal access to preparatory programs. He began his career as a mathematics teachers in Baltimore City and Howard County Public Schools.
Ed. D. (Administration/Supervision), University of Maryland. 1989
M.S. (Secondary Education) Hofstra University.
B.A. (Mathematics) S.U.N.Y. at Binghamton.
2016-Present Education Consultant focusing on Curriculum Development and Instructional Programs, Education Leadership, and the Integration of Technology in Instruction.
2013-2016 Executive Director, Academics, Curriculum and Instruction, Baltimore County Public Schools
1986-2011 Adjunct Professor, The Johns Hopkins University
2010-2013 Senior Director, EXCELerator, The College Board
1991-2010 Curriculum Coordinator, Howard County Public Schools
1984-1991 Supervisor of Instructional Technology, Howard County Public Schools