Beverly Bryde, EdD
Dean of the School of Education
Lindback Award winner for Excellence in Teaching
Beverly Bryde, EdD, is founding dean of the School of Education.
She was a Cabrini faculty member from 1990 to 1995, and returned in 2006 because of her belief in the University's dedication to service.
Bryde employs a student-centered teaching style. Her courses are structured so that they rely heavily on student interaction.
Technology is a recurring theme in Bryde’s research. Her presentations and publications on the international, national, state, and regional levels include:
- “Using Video-Conferencing Technologies to Supervise Student Teachers”
- “Implementing Web-Based Electronic Portfolios”
- “Video-Phones and Internet Tutoring: Picture That”
- “Magnetic Connections: Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers To Use Technology”
Bryde also has conducted research on attitudes of pre-service teachers, teaching and technology, and classroom management and coaching.
She earned bachelor's and master's degrees in Educational Administration from Villanova University and a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Widener University.