July 23 – 25 • For Staff New to Teaching
Specifically for new boarding school teachers, this interactive workshop includes the opportunity to practice presenting a class lesson and then discuss constructive critique with experienced faculty. You’ll explore specific case studies and join conversations around boarding school culture, classroom management, evaluations and grading so that you come away with practical tools and confidence before standing in front of your first class.
A Sampling of Topics:
- Classroom management
- Culture & politics of the independent school
- School’s mission: what does it mean?
- Evaluation / Grading
- Individualized teaching of students
- Challenge of teaching at a boarding school
- Legal issues
Very Helpful for new teachers – the experience was unique and authentic.Rebecca Parente, Tabor Academy
…she loved it and felt like she had a leg up going into the school year…Supervisor of attendee, New Teacher Academy
I feel ridiculously more prepared now than I did before the workshop began.Thomas Iorio, The Kiski School, New Teacher Academy
The workshop made me feel immensely more prepared for the upcoming school year over the course of three days! I am extremely glad I took the opportunity to come.Ben Custer, Avon Old Farms School
“A fantastic program that helps bring out knowledge and skills I didn’t necessarily know I had. Well presented and concise information.”Anonymous, New Teacher Academy
Schedule subject to change
*The information provided in this workshop is for general information purposes only and should not be used as, or relied upon in place of, legal advice. Schools should work with their own attorneys for specific legal counsel regarding their circumstances and issues.