Teaching Outside of the Classroom

Dana Hall community service site

Early in my teaching career, I quickly learned that time spent outside of class with students is a powerful teaching tool. Whether it is silly conversations in the dorm, floating down a river on an 8-person raft, or working together on the basketball court, getting to know students from multiple Continue reading Teaching Outside of the Classroom

Using Data to Study Social Issues and Fuel Student Passions

Calculus presentation

Anyone who knows me will tell you that I’ve always had a passion for teaching. I will sing, dance, get up on desks — anything to help my students learn. I am also a stalwart supporter of social justice movements, educating myself about issues impacting diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). Continue reading Using Data to Study Social Issues and Fuel Student Passions

Neurodiversity, Equity, and Inclusion

day of community learning

“The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. On January 22, students in grades 5-12, faculty, and staff gathered to participate in Dana Hall’s Day of Community Learning. The presentations and workshops were all organized around the common theme of Continue reading Neurodiversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Distinguishing aspects of the Dana Hall experience

peer ed

As the graduation tent rental company loads their final truckload of equipment from the Shipley Field and the campus Pond has gained one penny per recently graduated Dana Hall student, I open my computer to the master calendar of the Forum Program that the Health & Wellness Committee oversees at Continue reading Distinguishing aspects of the Dana Hall experience