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Nathalie Rothschild, PhD

Director, Early Childhood and Elementary Education, Education

Office: S-FG 6143  
Faubourg Ste-Catherine Building,
1610 St. Catherine W.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2024

Dr. Nathalie Rothschild is the Director of the Early Childhood and Elementary Education Program. She completed her MA in Child Study and Education at the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study, University of Toronto, and her PhD in Developmental Psychology and Education at OISE/University of Toronto. Dr. Rothschild teaches courses in early childhood, kindergarten, and elementary pedagogy, and supervises students in their teaching internships. Her research interests include children's outcomes and experiences in French immersion programs (particularly in kindergarten), early childhood education, and teacher education and training. She is a certified teacher and has experience teaching in English and French immersion at the kindergarten and elementary levels.


PhD, Developmental Psychology and Education, OISE/University of Toronto (2017)
MA, Child Study and Education, Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study/University of Toronto (2009)
BA, French and Psychology, University of King's College/Dalhousie University (2006)

Teaching activities

Courses taught at Concordia

EDUC 210 - Psychology of Education
EDUC 211 - Child Development I
EDUC 311 - Child Development II: Ecology of the Family
EDUC 295 - Internship I: Pre-Kindergarten Teaching
EDUC 296 - Pre-kindergarten Teaching Seminar
EDUC 297 - Internship II: Observation and Evaluation in Education
EDUC 395 - Internship III: Kindergarten Teaching
EDUC 396 - Kindergarten Teaching Seminar
EDUC 493 - Internship IV: Primary Teaching
EDUC 494 - Primary Teaching Seminar
EDUC 495 - Internship V: Upper Elementary Teaching
EDUC 496 - Upper Elementary Teaching Seminar

Courses taught at OISE/University of Toronto

JSV 201H1 - Child and Adolescent Development in Education
EDUC 3506 - Psychological Foundations of Learning and Development

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