Ph.D., Educational Studies, Teacher Education and Development, Doctoral Minor, Human Development and Family Sciences
Concentration: Educational Psychology
M.Ed. Special Education: General Curriculum and Learning Disabilities
B.A. Political Science
Griswold, A. K. (2015). The effects of an SRSD-based writing intervention on the self-efficacy, writing apprehension, and writing performance of high school students: A mixed methods study (Doctoral dissertation). Proquest Dissertation Publishing. doi:3745542
Griswold, A. K. (2016). An Interview with Karen Harris (B. E. Mandell & S. L. DeZutter, Eds.). Self-Regulation: Educating a Diverse Population of Learners, 2-4.
Griswold, A. K. (2018). Applying self-regulated learning to writing instruction in high school classrooms. In M. K. DiBenedetto, (Ed.), Connecting self-regulated learning and performance with instruction across high school content areas. Springer International Publishing.
State of North Carolina Professional Educator’s License
Using her extensive theoretical foundation in educational psychology and practical experience, Dr. Griswold Fine’s mission is to help adolescents and young adults reach their academic and personal goals. Recognizing that all students are unique, Dr. Griswold Fine has crafted a holistic approach, one that integrates critical constructs such as goal setting, self-regulation, organization, and self-advocacy. Dr. Griswold Fine sees every opportunity and task as a chance to teach the authentic, valuable skills associated with academic success.
In addition to college consulting and helping high school students reach their goals, Dr. Griswold Fine enjoys teaching Educational Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and volunteering with Communities in Schools.
Early mornings with coffee and peace are the ideal start to Dr. Griswold Fine’s day. When not working, Dr. Griswold Fine can be found on the Greenway, walking the family dogs, Charlie and Mojo. Weekends and holidays are filled with the joy of spending time with her husband, Jonathan, teenage and adult children, and stepchildren. Her hobbies include yoga, hiking and traveling.