Faculty Summer Professional Development Accomplishments
Faculty and staff participated in many professional development opportunities this summer which will benefit students in the classroom this year.
We are grateful to have a supportive administration that encourages and funds professional development opportunities. We recognize that our students greatly benefit when our teachers explore, study, and attend conferences and workshops to hone their skills as educators and continue as life-long learners,” said Marta Pauly, Dean of Faculty & Academics.
A list of faculty who completed professional development opportunities this summer includes:
Tom Lavelle, AP Summer Institute for Computer Science principles, Orlando
Tom Lavelle, Online AP Principles on Mobile Device
Chad Senesak- AP Workshop for AP Language & Composition, Jax
Cathy Kanaday, AP Workshop for AP Language & Composition, Jax
Harkness workshop for English Teachers, at ESJ
Christina Milon- Stanford U. Core Practices for Inquiry-Based History Teaching,CA
Mary Hunt- Project-Based Learning (PBL), CA.
Department: Harkness Workshop for History teachers at ESJ
Alex Nichols – “Econ in the Real World: Hamilton, History & the Federal Reserve” offered by the Federal Reserve of Atlanta
Brenda Vermillion- Project-Based Learning (PBL), CA.
Marion Zeiner- STEM Conference in Kissimmee, FL.
Sally Russo, AP Chemistry Workshop, Jacksonville
Lucy Lee, Nancy Predergast, Carolina Collins,Lucia Allen- TPRS Workshop, Jax
Gwen Miranda- Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling or TPRS (NTPRS), San Antonio
Andy Kidd, Chip Stroud Kasse Eppley – FHSAA Seminar, including workshops on NCAA requirements, compliance and education and mentoring for coaches
Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS)Institute for New Teachers
Lastinger Summer Scholars: