Sarah Eisenstein

Instructional Designer
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Sarah Eisenstein is an Instructional Designer with the Clinical Education and Innovation Department, where she works with a team to produce learner-centered online trainings for behavioral health providers. Prior to joining McSilver, Sarah developed both in-person and online training for a variety of nonprofit and educational institutions, including Project ABLE, The Teaching Kitchen at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, and the Association of College and University Educators. She also served as a founding instructor with CUNY START – CUNY’s nationally acclaimed college transition program – where she helped develop teacher training programs, expand CUNY Start to thousands of students on eight campuses. Her areas of interest include educational equity, student-centered teaching, social-emotional learning, and Universal Design for Learning.