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Expert Profile


Amy Eisenmann






Position Type:

San Francisco


United States of America

Years in the field:

11 – 15 Years

Areas of Expertise

After-School Programs, Camp Programs, Education, Other

My areas of expertise are early childhood (ages 0-8 years); curriculum and program development; professional development and coaching teachers, parents, and informal educators (e.g. librarians, after school providers); and explicitly linking developmental psychology and education research to recommendations for daily life for any adults who work with kids. Some of my past and current projects include:

  • Creating an extensive school readiness toolkit for librarians to support children and families in partnership with the California State Library
  • Writing educational frameworks for the Bay Area Discovery Museum (BADM), Amazeum, and Trustbridge Global Media (owner of Walker Books, Candlewick Press, Peachtree Publishing, Chronicle Books, and many more)
  • Contributing to position papers on STEM and technology in early childhood
  • Developing curriculum, such as preschool camps and infant-toddler/caregiver classes for BADM, and camps for rising kindergarten through second graders in partnership with the San Mateo County Library and The Big Lift
  • Coordinating and facilitating a full-day training for 200 teachers and staff at the Google Children’s Centers
  • Designing a graduate early engineering course for pre-service preschool teachers in collaboration with Teach for America and Relay College
  • Writing the justification for donors to convince them to give toward a fundraising campaign for The Scandinavian School of San Francisco
  • Creating a course and training parent leaders to facilitate workshops on early engineering and technology in partnership with Bay Area Parent Leadership Action Network


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