Dr.Jennifer Lyn Sinsebox, Ed.D


(585) 395-2661
Office: Brockport Downtown 516
Office Hours:

Upon request. 


St. John Fisher College

  • Education Doctorate in Executive Leadership (Ed.D.) 2020
  • Dissertation: “Supervision and Evaluation Practices That Impact Teacher Learning: A Case Study of Rural Teachers’ Perspectives

State University of New York at Oswego

  • New York State Superintendent Development Program 2015

State University of New York at Brockport

  • Certification of Advanced Study in Educational Administration 2011

Nazareth College of Rochester

  • Master of Science in Special Education 1995
  • Areas of Concentration: Learning and Emotional Disabilities

Nazareth College of Rochester

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 1991
  • Areas of Concentration: Special and Elementary Education

Areas of Specialty

  • Teacher Supervision and Evaluation Practices
  • Student Assessment Practices
  • Strategic Planning and School Improvement Practices

Courses Taught

EDI 603: Educational Assessment & Evaluation

  • Evaluation provides an overview of the theory and practice of assessment. Emphasizes assessment and evaluation practices consistent with appropriate standards. Methods include performance assessments, instructional rubrics, portfolios and exhibitions, and objectively-scored tests. Includes assessments used for improving performance, design, and instructional practices.

EDA 678: Evidenced-Based Techniques for Teacher Assessment

  • Evidenced-Based Techniques for Teacher Assessment is for those preparing to be an
    Administrator in public or private schools. The course presents a variety of evaluation and supervisory strategies based on currently proven models as well as in direction and development of staff. Performance appraisal and teacher evaluation models
    are explored.

Research Interests

  • Teacher Supervision and Evaluation Systems and Practices
  • Grants and Innovation Practices in PK-12
  • Out of School Programming