Knowledge is meant to be shared.
Teaching is about sharing.
Whether I’m working with a 9 year-old or a 90-year-old, I share the joy of learning with each person, at that student’s level.
I’ve been asked to teach across the globe and I’ve engaged with adults and children in classrooms of all shapes and sizes: on the rug during morning meeting, in the hallowed lecture halls of Harvard, in office buildings and conference centers and hotel ballrooms, through the screens complements to the magic of the internet, and, my favorite, outside with the warmth of the sun shining on our faces.
In addition to my subject matter expertise, I am also a trained teaching artist, with post-graduate instruction from the Center for Arts-Inspired Learning.
Courses Ready for You:
Book People Brush Their Teeth
A one-hour interactive workshop to demystify the book publishing process. Participants will understand the roles and responsibilities of how a book is made.
Material can be scaled for middle and high school student audiences, in addition to adult learners.
Finding A Process That Helps You Finish
Designed to unlock participants’ creativity. Following the seminal work of Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way, this multi-session course helps participants discover what’s holding them back from finishing their creative projects.
A half-day workshop designed to engage participants to complete an ongoing project. Attendees share and support each other in a warm, encouraging environment.
Finishers receive prizes.
Workshop can be presented virtually.
Creating Space Writing Circle
Using the Story Workshop method, this residency guides student creative writing. Students will create writing and learn how to listen for their voices through recall and comment of work. Residency culminates in a capstone project of an anthology of student work, edited by the students.