The Holton-Arms Teaching Fellowship Program is designed to prepare educators to teach in the independent school setting. Fellows engage in a curriculum that prepares them to center learning experiences around the needs of students, where the goal is to educate the whole child - mind, soul, and spirit. Fellows learn to create classroom environments that encourage a love of learning, build educational experiences grounded in age and content appropriate pedagogy and curriculum, and explore what it means to be an integral part of a school community.
Teaching Fellowship Program Goals:
Develop and train new educators who will become versed in best educational practices for their subject area and age group, DEIB, SEL, and global competencies.
Fellows will be ready to enter the world of education as reflective practitioners who engage in lifelong learning.
Provide a diverse range of fellows with the opportunity to learn and grow as educators, while they also contribute to our community.
Provide personalized programing to meet the individual needs of the Fellows when possible.
Create a program that positively impacts the life of Holton-Arms students and teachers through the inclusion of new community members with diverse perspectives and approaches to living out our mission.
Performing Arts Department Chair, Teaching Fellows Coordinator
Assistant Director of Middle School, Teaching Fellows Coordinator, MS History