Edwin C. Selby, Ph.D.

Edwin C. Selby, Ph.D.

Dr. Ed Selby is an associate with the Center for Creative Learning, a Creative Research Unit (CRU) Research Fellow, and an adjunct professor with Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education. He is the principal author of VIEW: An Assessment of Problem Solving Style, as well as several publications of support material for that instrument. Users of VIEW have included IBM, the Department of Defense, and the national educational organizations Destination ImagiNation and Future Problem Solving Program International.

Ed lectures and offers seminars and workshops, helping individuals and groups to become more effective problem solvers. He is also the author of articles on creativity, and individual style. Prior to retirement, he served as a public school music and drama teacher. He founded the Sussex Student Theater, in which students wrote and produced their own musical plays. The New Jersey School Boards Association recognized this program for its excellence.

Ed is the president of the Board of Trustees of the Sussex County Charter school for Technology. He served more than 15 years as president of the Board of Directors of the Sussex County Teen Arts Festival, and is a past president of the Sussex County Technical School Board of Education. He was active in the New Jersey Education Association, serving four years as president of the Sussex-Wantage Education Association. Dr. Selby’s professional interests include learning styles, talent development, and developing creativity and problem-solving skills. His message is appropriate for individuals, couples, team members, and leadership groups.

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