Mariann Coogan

Lecturer
TESOL Teacher Education Program

Upon retiring in June, 2013 from the William Floyd School District after thirty years of service, Mariann Coogan joined the TESOL Program at Stony Brook University. She is currently the Field Experience Supervisor for TESOL student teachers and leads the student teaching seminar.

She completed her undergraduate studies from the State University of New York at Oswego with a dual major in Spanish and Secondary Education. She studied at the Instituto Internacional in Madrid, Spain. She completed her Masters’ Degree in TESOL at Stony Brook University. She holds New York State Permanent Certification in Spanish (7-12), Italian (7-12), and English as a Second Language (K-12). During her tenure at the William Floyd School District, she taught in each of those areas as well as dual enrollment courses for Suffolk County Community College and St. John’s University. Additionally, she served as Chairperson for the LOTE (Languages Other Than English) Department. She served as a mentor for the New York State Mentor Teacher Intern Program, and wrote curriculum for a variety of Spanish courses. She has presented at the Long Island Language Teachers (LILT) Regional Conference and BETAC (Bilingual Education Technical Assistance Center) workshops.

In her community, she has served on the Shoreham Country Club Board of Directors (elected position) for the past eleven years. She also holds an appointed seat on the Tennis Committee of the Incorporated Village of Shoreham. She is an avid reader and tennis player.