Dynamic educator with broad expertise in curriculum design, alternative assessment, collaboration and facilitation as well as extensive experience in diverse learning environments seeks opportunities in educational leadership, curriculum development, and teacher training.
Coach, supervise, and evaluate student teachers in their field placements.
Taught grades 1-2 in a progressive independent school.
Developed and taught multicultural education course for undergraduate students pursuing teaching licensure.
Supervised students in required field placements and taught reflective seminar.
Taught grades 3-4 in an innovative, urban public school.
Urban Teacher Program
Minors in Women's Studies and Afro-American Studies, Commonwealth Scholar, Student Leadership Award for Outstanding Service to the University, graduated magna cum laude
Contributor, Assessment in Practice: Creating a School Culture of Learning and Assessment by Lynn F. Stuart (2003)
Workshop Leader, Peaceable Schools Conference, "I am More Than Just a Number: Toward a More Comprehensive Assessment System", portfolio assessment and documentation (2001)
Presenter and Small Group Facilitator, Responding to the MCAS: Innovations in Language, Learning and Assessment, conference held at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. (1998, 1999, 2001)
Recipient, Cambridge Peace Award (2000)
Speaker, Newton Public School Forum, digital portfolios (1999)
Speaker, University of Massachusetts in Boston, project-based learning, integrated curricula (1999)
Speaker, Lesley University, school-wide portfolio practices (1999)
Speaker, Tufts University, curriculum development aligned to Massachusetts frameworks and standards (1999)
Featured Teacher: The Next Move Series, a teacher training video course developed and filmed by The Annenberg/CPB Channel in conjunction with Harvard University and the Smithsonian Institution (1998)
Featured Teacher, Massachusetts Corporation for Educational Telecommunications, television show about aligning math instruction to the NCTM standards (1998)
Presenter, NSTA Conference in St. Louis: Science Liaisons: Effecting System Wide School Reform (1995)
Massachusetts Elementary Certification, certificate number 312479 (grades 1-6), 1993
Association for Experiential Education, Association of Independent Schools in New England, Coalition for Authentic Reform in Education, Expeditionary Learning, Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, Harvard Project Zero Network, Responsive Classroom, School Reform Initiative, Western Massachusetts Writing Project
Advisory Board Member, Earthdance, an artist-run workshop, residency, and retreat center.
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