I've been a classroom teacher since 2005 as well as an instructional coach since 2012. I collaborate with learners and teachers from PreK3 through 8th grade.
I believe in the responsibility of the teacher to model and make visible their own learning, thinking, and wondering. Driven to create opportunities for authentic student thinking through the purposeful integration of the arts, my classroom practices are founded on Project Zero Visible Thinking pedagogy.
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I earned my BA in English Literature (concentration in American Lit) from the University of Maryland College Park before going on to earn my Masters in Curriculum Design and Teacher Leadership from the University of Portland, Concordia.
- Faculty member of Project Zero Classroom at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Washington International School Summer Institute for Teachers (WISSIT) - School liaison for the Children Are Citizens Project, a PZ early childhood research endeavor centered on the belief that our youngest learners are valuable, visible, and empowered citizens of our world - Provides professional development opportunities for faculty both on site and across the nation