Toni (Antoinette Sapet) Ungaretti, PhD
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Toni Ungaretti is an assistant professor in the Johns Hopkins School of Education where she has implemented the Master of Education for the Health Professions program. She also co-teaches the clinical teaching seminar for Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Fellows in the School of Medicine. She helped develop and deliver the course Principles and Practices in Medical Education for CME in the SOM.
Previously, she served as the assistant dean for the Office of Learning at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, as associate dean and co-director of the Division of Business and Undergraduate Studies in the School of Professional Studies in Business and Education, and as chair of the Department of Teacher Development and Leadership. She developed the Master of Science in Math Science Education, designed the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program, and established some of the first professional development schools in the nation. Her interests include education of professionals in business and medicine, interdisciplinary education, international education, and corporate-university partnerships. Dr. Ungaretti earned her PhD in Human Development from the University of Maryland, her Master of Science degree from the University of Delaware, and her Bachelor of Science degree from Carnegie-Mellon University
Ph.D., University of Maryland College Park, 1992, Human Development
M.S., University of Delaware, 1973, Child Development
B.S. Carnegie Mellon University, 1970, Home Economics Education
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
Ungaretti, T., & Tillberg-Webb, H. (2010). Assurance of learning: Demonstrating the organizational impact of knowledge management and e-learning. In J. Liebowitz and M. Frank (Ed.) Knowledge Management and E-Learning. Taylor & Francis/Auerbach/CRC Press: New York, New York.
Ungaretti, A., Chomowicz, P., Caniffe, B. J., Weiss, E., Johnson, B., Kaitlyn, D., Cropper, C. (2009). Business + Design: Creating a Competitive Advantage. Advanced Managment Journal, 74(3), pp. 4-11.
Thompson, K., Miller, A., Peterson, T., and Ungaretti, T. (August 2012) Problem-Based Learning: Opportunities and Hazards. Presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
Ungaretti, T., Thompson, K., Ritter, B., and Karl, K. (August 2012). Having the Right Stuff: Behaviors and Structures to Support Effective Course Design and Delivery. Presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
Ungaretti, T. (November 2009). Innovative project-based learning: Bridging theory and practice. Invited presentation at Learning 2009, Orlando, FL.
Ungaretti, T., and Serwint, J. (January 2009) Adult Learning and Teaching Modalities. Invited presentation at the Children’s National Medical Center Faculty Development Program, Washington, D.C.
Ungaretti, T. (November 2008) Inspiring learning, assuring results: Introducing a learning culture. Invited presentation at the AACSB Associate Deans and Innovative Programs Conference in Glendale, AZ.
Ungaretti, T., Milter, R., Schlömer, S. (October 2008) Addressing Complexity Theory through Management Education: An International, Interdisciplinary, Cross Cultural Capstone. Invited presentation at the Leading in Complexity Conference, University of Augsburg in Germany.
Ungaretti, T., Chomowicz, P., Weiss, E., Canniffe, B. Johnson, B., Dunn, K. (June 2008). Business+ design: Advancing business acumen through interdisciplinary, project-based learning. Presentation at the Educational Innovation in Economics and Business (EDINEB) Annual conference, Malaga, Spain.
Ungaretti, T., Schlömer, S., Milter, R., Tomaschek, N., Dunne, K. (March 2008). Action Learning: A promising vehicle for international partnerships. International Conference on Action Learning, Henley-on-Thames, England.
Foundation to Innovation: Adult Learning
Competitive Advantage: Design + Business
Capstone International Consultancy
Ethics and Community Relations in Nonprofits
Principles and Practices in Medical Education – Curriculum Development module
Leadership in Adult Learning
Internship in Adult Learning
Foundations, History, and Philosophy of Education
Human Growth and Development
Proseminar for Student Teachers
Induction Seminar for Post Student Teaching
Methods in Secondary Education
Problem Based Learning in School Immersion Program
Student Teaching Supervision
Teaching and Self-Assessment (Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing)
Principles and Practices in Medical Education (JHU School of Medicine)
Clinical Teaching for Pediatric Fellows (JHU School of Medicine)
Clinical Teaching and Assessment for Senior Pediatric Residents (JHU School of Medicine
Effective Teaching in Physics and Astronomy for Teaching Assistants (JHU School of Arts and Sciences)
Community Relations and Ethics (JHU School of Professional Studies in Business and Education)
Education Seminar for Doctor of Philosophy Students (JHU School of Medicine)