John Broome

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John P. Broome

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Apr 29, 2020
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I do love Professor Broome. He's knowledgeable about the course. Also, he talks about the context of education from multiple group perspectives and makes you think even at eight in the morning. I highly recommend his class because his goal is not to grade, but that you learn something in his class, which in turn will get you an A.

Apr 25, 2020
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Professor Broome is an amazing person. He wishes the best for each of his students. This is something I will carry with me in my teaching career. He is one of, if not, the best professors at the University of Mary Washington. So, if you have training courses I highly recommend you to take his class.


University of Mary Washington - Education

Assistant Professor of Education at University of Mary Washington
Higher Education
John P.
Broome, PhD
Washington D.C. Metro Area
John P. Broome, PhD, is an Assistant Professor and the Program Director of PreK-12, Middle and Secondary Education programs in the College of Education at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on the foundations of teaching and learning, instructional design and assessment, social studies methods, classroom management and educational research. Dr. Broome is also the UMW Director of the Hungry Brains! at Hazel Hill, a student-run tutoring program for diverse, high-poverty elementary and middle school students in downtown Fredericksburg, Virginia. His research interests focus on the intersection of civic learning and social justice in teacher education programs and schools in the United States and other countries. He also studies experiential learning, Montessori education, service learning, and online and hybrid teaching models. Dr. Broome has worked with teachers and students in Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia and Paraguay.


  • University of Mary Washington

    UMW Director, HungryBrains! at Hazel Hill

    Created and manage a partnership between the National Housing Trust and University of Mary Washington to form an after-school tutoring program for diverse, low-income elementary and middle school students at a Section 8 community in downtown Fredericksburg, Virginia.

  • University of Mary Washington

    Director of Secondary Education and PreK-12 Education

    ● Developed the five-year undergraduate-graduate M.Ed. degrees in Secondary Education and
    PreK-12 Education.
    ● Managed and advised students in the Secondary Education Pathways (7 endorsement areas) and
    students in the PreK-12 Education Pathways (10 endorsement areas).
    ● Served as the Program Assessment Director.
    ● Conducted annual program evaluation and audits.
    ● Assisted with annual accreditation and program approval activities and reports.
    ● Assisted with annual reports to external as well as internal entities. Mentored adjunct faculty
    teaching in the programs.

  • University of Mary Washington

    Assistant Professor of Education

    SUBJECTS TAUGHT (Undergraduate and Graduate)
    ● Instructional Design, Methods and Assessment
    ● Advanced Pedagogy
    ● Behavioral Management
    ● Educational Research
    ● Introduction to Teaching and Learning
    ● Social Studies Methods
    ● Student Teaching Supervision and Seminar
    ● Addressing Bullying in K-12 Schools (professional development workshop)
    ● Multicultural Education and Equity in Schools (professional development workshop)

    ● Social Studies and Civic Education
    ● Social Justice and Multicultural Education
    ● Experiential Education and Service-Learning
    ● Montessori Education
    ● Online and Blended Teaching Models

  • University of Mary Washington

    Program Director of PreK-12, Middle and Secondary Education

    John worked at University of Mary Washington as a Program Director of PreK-12, Middle and Secondary Education

  • University of Mary Washington

    Faculty Fellow, Office of Academic Affairs and Career Services

    John worked at University of Mary Washington as a Faculty Fellow, Office of Academic Affairs and Career Services

  • Accenture


    ● Developed training curriculum and instructed internal company workforce and U.S. Federal government in face-to-face classrooms as well as through webinars and online LMSs
    ● Conducted needs analysis and created learning solutions, flow diagrams and stories boards to develop lessons through various media for projects
    ● Developed deliverables, including: facilitator guides, training manuals and materials, workbooks, job aids, web content, visuals, videos, documentation, etc.
    ● Created and executed “Train the Trainer” programs
    ● Held Secret Security clearance

  • Fauquier County Public Schools

    Social Studies Teacher

    ● Taught high school courses in history and social sciences
    ● Provided technology training to district and school faculty and served as department webmaster

  • University of Virginia, Curry School of Education

    Doctoral Candidate, Research and Teaching Assistant

    ● Graduate Fellow, Center for Technology and Teacher Education, Spring 2008


  • George Mason University

    Master of Education (M.Ed.)

    Curriculum and Instruction
    ● Graduate Fellow, Education and Human Development, 2004 – 2006 ● Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education

  • The College of William and Mary

    Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

    ● President, Nu Rho Chapter, Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity ● Recipient, Alpha Phi Omega Outstanding Leadership Award ● Recipient, Benjamin Stoddard Ewell Award for Leadership in the College

  • University of Virginia

    Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

    ● Graduate Fellow, Center for Technology and Teacher Education ● Golden Key International Honour Society


  • From the Field: What Social Studies Educators in Three States Report on their Practice. In Passe, J. & Fitchett, P.G. (eds.). Research on the Status of Social Studies: Views from the Field.

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