Paul Dickler

Co-Director - Program on Teaching Innovation

Associate Director - Wachman Center for Civic and International Literacy

Research Areas:

Education

Dr. Paul Dickler is the Associate Director of the Wachman Center at The Foreign Policy Research Institute in Philadelphia. He is a retired professor/teacher from the University of Pennsylvania and Neshaminy High School. He taught Advanced Placement History for more than 25 years and remains a consultant for the College Board after 28 years. Dickler consults for several organizations including the Transatlantic Outreach Program, The European Union, and several school districts. He lives in Pennsylvania and has a farm in Wisconsin. He teaches at several colleges/universities, part time, including Wilkes, Penn State, Camden, and Ocean. He has received numerous teaching awards as well as national grants, and he leads teacher study tours in Asia. He has been published in Orbis and several other journals. Dickler received his Bachelors Degree from Wharton and his Masters and Doctorate Degrees also from The University of Pennsylvania.

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