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  • Athletic Trainer

    The Derryfield School seeks a full time Athletic Trainer to start during the 2022-2023 school year. Goal: Derryfield strives to be a leader in the field of student health, safety, injury prevention and rehabilitation and needs a trainer who has the skills and drive to develop care that will serve all levels of athletes and is a model for other schools.

    This trainer will be responsible for providing care for the 6-12 athletic programing daily. They will consult with the Athletic Director, but will need to be a proactive self-starter who functions in an independent manner and takes full ownership of the program as they work tenaciously toward its development.

    The ideal candidate for the Athletic Trainer should possess:
    • Demonstrated initiative and ability to independently develop, evaluate and lead state-of-the-art innovative programs.
    • Diagnostic skills to make treatment assessments based on quick evaluation, and communication with parents.
    • Success in developing preventive and rehabilitative programming.
    • Certification in athletic training, CPR, First Aid and concussion management.
    • Strong technology skills with a familiarity with the Google suite of applications.
    • Strong interpersonal, leadership, and communication skills, and a desire to work collaboratively. 
    Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to, the following:
    • Monday through Friday 10am until the completion of practices and games. Some Holiday/School vacation hours when needed. AD and Trainer to set Holiday schedules and communicate to coaches and teams.
    • Provides daily athletic training services, including for home Derryfield School scheduled sporting events at the middle and upper school level, including NHIAA and Tri-County tournament events and weekends as necessary.
    • Work with the school nurse to collect paperwork and clear athletes to participate in athletics before the start of the school year.
    • Work with the school nurse, safety committee and athletic director to ensure that the emergency action plan for athletics is up to date and compliant with state and federal mandates.
    • Assists the AD with the ongoing needs and maintenance of athletic facilities and equipment.
    • Works with the athletic director and B&G to coordinate practice and game day set up and post practice/game breakdown (cones, flags, scoring table etc.) and other athletic duties as assigned.
    • Utilizes appropriate, sound and up-to-date clinical techniques to effectively assess and treat athletic injuries.
    • Provides appropriate support and assistance with injury/sickness rehabilitation for return to play. 
    • Keeps accurate written records of all evaluations, treatments and follow up for all injuries. Informs administration and Athletic Director of any injury requiring hospital visit and/or 911 calls from the School.
    • Coordinates, administers and records results of ImPact concussion testing. 
    • Help administering CPR and First Aid testing for all coaches, faculty and staff (2-3 times per year).
    • Inventory and order all medical supplies for athletic departments.
    • Work with the school nurse to check, maintain and certify all AEDs on campus.
    • Attend preseason coaches meetings
    • Attend athletic department staff meetings when requested or needed.
    • Assist teams, students, staff and faculty with strength and conditioning throughout the year. Training to be provided by Derryfield if needed. Possibly teach 1-2 sections of S&C.
    • Seasonally prepare, stock and assign med kits and water jugs for teams.
    • Daily distribution and sanitation of water jugs to teams and fields.
    • Acts as back up school nurse.
    • Other administrative duties and tasks as assigned by the Athletic Director.

      To Apply:
      Applicants interested in joining our dynamic, forward-thinking community of talented, compassionate educators and staff are required to send a cover letter, resume, and three written references to:  DBremberg@derryfield.org.    If you would like information about the school, please visit our website at www.derryfield.org.  EOE.



  • Coaching Openings

    The Derryfield School has openings for the following coaching positions for 2020-2021. If you are interested in one of them, please send your coaching resume to, and/or contact, Director of Athletics Chris Hettler at chettler@derryfield.org or 603.669.4524. 

    Spring 2022
    Varsity Track Coach (Head or Assistant)
    Varsity Crew Assistant Coach (1-2 coaches)
    Middle School Girls Lacrosse Head Coach or Assistant Coach
    Middle School tennis (Co-Head or Assistant)
    Varsity Baseball Assistant Coach
     
    View full job responsibilities here.
  • Custodian

    The facilities custodian performs cleaning duties to ensure a healthy, safe and attractive school environment.     
    Under the general, technical, and administrative supervision of the Director of Facilities, and in accordance with The Derryfield School’s established policies and procedures, the facilities custodian performs cleaning duties to ensure a healthy, safe and attractive school environment.     

    These responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: 

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Performs basic cleaning duties, which may include some of the following actions  (not an exhaustive list): 
    1. vacuuming areas as needed with a backpack vacuum
    2. dusting or washing of chairs, desks, tables, room surfaces
    3. maintaining floors, including floor finishing and floor machine operation  
    4. removing trash 
    5. cleaning bathrooms
    6. maintaining secured building,  following opening and closing  procedures
    • Follows all safety instructions in usage of supplies, equipment and machinery; wears appropriate personal protective gear; maintains a clean, safe and orderly work area.
    • Operates motor vehicles, motorized equipment, grounds and snow removal equipment.
    • Follows all safety instructions in usage of equipment and machinery; wears appropriate personal protective gear; maintains a clean, safe and orderly work area.
    • May be responsible for transporting students to and from School or School sponsored activities, from time-to-time.
    • Performs light maintenance work, which may include (not an exhaustive list):
          a)   painting
          b)   removing snow from sidewalks, entrances and exits 
          c)   landscaping, planting flowers, shrubs, mowing, weed trimming  
    • Performs other duties as assigned.  
    Skills and Knowledge:
    • Working knowledge of cleaning procedures.
    • Working knowledge of safety precautions in the use of all equipment and supplies. 
    • Ability to use cleaning tools.  
    • Ability to operate a transportation vehicle in a safe and economical manner, knowledge of traffic and highway safety rules and regulations.  
    Requirements: 
    • Valid driver’s license, excellent driving record and must pass background check.
    • G.E.D. or high school diploma. 
    • Occasional overtime required for certain School activities; overtime may be mandatory, especially if called in for an emergency.
     
    Physical and psychological demands: 
    • Must be able to lift 50 lbs independently and up to 100 lbs with assistance from another team member using appropriate lifting practices.       
    • Must be physically and mentally capable of performing multiple tasks, and capable of consistently functioning well in a fast-paced environment.
    • Must have a strong commitment to, and ability to execute superior customer service. 
    • Must be able to accept critical feedback and direction in a professional manner.  
    • Must exhibit the following qualities to be a successful team player:
    1. trustworthiness through behavior and consistent work results
    2. trust and support of other team members, superiors, and Derryfield employees.
    3. ability to communicate timely and in a professional manner to address conflicts.
    4. strong evidence of commitment and loyalty to the team, the tasks, and the School.
    5. strong evidence of ownership and accountability for work and mistakes.
    6. consistent and superior attention to detail and results.
    To Apply:
    Applicants interested in joining our dynamic, forward-thinking community of talented, compassionate educators and staff are required to send a cover letter, resume, and three written references to:  DBremberg@derryfield.org.    If you would like information about the school, please visit our website at www.derryfield.org.  EOE.
  • Math teacher

    The Derryfield School seeks an enthusiastic and dedicated Middle School Math teacher to start
    during the 2022-2023 school year.
    The candidate must be able and interested in teaching 6-8 grade math, possess positive interpersonal skills,
    enjoy working with middle school students, and have the energy and interest to contribute to the school
    community in a variety of areas. Responsibilities of the position include a combination of classroom teaching,
    student advising, and leading extracurriculars such as clubs and/or academic or athletic teams.
    The Derryfield School is a coeducational, independent day school serving grades 6-12, inspiring bright, motivated young people to be their best and providing them with the skills and experiences needed to be valued, dynamic, confident, and purposeful members of any community.

    The Derryfield School seeks an enthusiastic and dedicated Middle School Math teacher to start during the 2022-2023 school year. The candidate must be able and interested in teaching 6-8 grade math, possess positive interpersonal skills, enjoy working with middle school students, and have the energy and interest to contribute to the school community in a variety of areas. Responsibilities of the position include a combination of classroom teaching, student advising, and leading extracurriculars such as clubs and/or academic or athletic teams.

    The ideal candidate will be an educator with:
    ● A degree in Mathematics or a related field.
    ● Experience with and enthusiasm for working with middle school aged children in schools or related fields.
    ● Interest in developing math curriculum and excitement about collaboration with colleagues.
    ● Experience with project based learning.
    ● A growth mindset and a desire to take on new challenges.

    Note: If you are excited to dive into math curriculum development and to explore project based teaching in math this will be a great opportunity for professional growth.

    Salary for this position will be competitive for similar positions for day schools in New England. For information about the school, please visit our website at www.derryfield.org. EOE.

    To Apply: Applicants interested in joining our dynamic, forward-thinking community of talented, compassionate educators should send a cover letter, resume, and references to Human Resources, Debbie Bremberg at dbremberg@derryfield.org.
  • Program Director of Breakthrough Manchester

    The Program Director is responsible for the planning and operational management of the middle school academic program, including school-year Saturdays and the 9-week intensive summer session. Responsibilities include hiring and supervising seasonal staff, managing interns and/or work-study students, recruiting and retaining students, developing master schedules and transportation routes, tracking metrics of student success, maintaining collaborative relationships with Manchester middle and high schools, coordinating with the College-Bound Breakthrough program hosted at SNHU, providing logistical support to the Executive Director and assisting with advancement projects and other initiatives that support the overall institutional success of Breakthrough.
    Breakthrough Manchester is a six-year, summer-intensive, tuition-free academic program with year-round support for promising middle and high school students with limited opportunities.  These motivated students are in turn taught by talented high school and college students who are trained and mentored by Breakthrough staff and professional educators. Through this unique “students-teaching-students'' model, the program provides a path to college for its younger students while inspiring older students to consider careers in teaching and educational leadership.  Breakthrough Manchester is an affiliate of the Breakthrough Collaborative, a national network of programs that touch the lives of thousands of youth through this model. For more information, visit breakthroughmanchester.org

    The Derryfield School founded Breakthrough Manchester, and has been its host and partner since the program's inception in 1991. The independent program falls under Derryfield’s 501c3 umbrella. In 2016, Breakthrough Manchester College-Bound was established at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) to provide ongoing programming for Breakthrough students through high school and college matriculation. In addition to Derryfield and SNHU, Breakthrough partners with the Manchester School District to support students and families.

    The Program Director's position is multi-faceted.  
    The Program Director is responsible for the planning and operational management of the middle school academic program, including school-year Saturdays and the 9-week intensive summer session. Responsibilities include hiring and supervising seasonal staff, managing interns and/or work-study students, recruiting and retaining students, developing master schedules and transportation routes, tracking metrics of student success, maintaining collaborative relationships with Manchester middle and high schools, coordinating with the College-Bound Breakthrough program hosted at SNHU, providing logistical support to the Executive Director and assisting with advancement projects and other initiatives that support the overall institutional success of Breakthrough. 
    • Model Breakthrough spirit and culture while managing the program through a lens of social justice with the values of diversity, belonging, equity and inclusion at the forefront
    • Manage the recruitment and admission process for a cohort of new sixth graders from Manchester public schools each year while also managing the retention of current seventh and eighth graders in the program
    • Manage the selection of area high school students as school-year teachers and advisors to Breakthrough students
    • In partnership with the Executive Director manage the recruitment, selection and hiring of college undergraduates for the 9-week, paid summer Teaching Fellowship 
    • Work closely with students and families to communicate programmatic events and information
    • Foster a climate that attracts, retains and motivates a diverse year-round and seasonal staff of high-quality people
    • With the Executive Director, manage a dynamic and high-performing team of 30+ seasonal staff during the summer
    • Develop policies and procedures to support an effective, engaging, high-functioning and efficient organization that holds all participants to high standards 
    • Ensure effective program assessment and evaluation 
    • Design and lead or co-lead teacher training sessions
    • Work with Instructional Coaches to support and develop the program's young faculty
    • Provide leadership and oversight of the program's nine-week summer session and school-year Saturday programming at The Derryfield School 
    • Plan and oversee program calendars, schedules, space, and all logistics 
    • Supervise temporary and seasonal assistants (work-study students, operations assistants, etc.)
    • Recruit and supervise volunteers for Breakthrough recruitment and other occasional events
    • Support a successful and productive learning community that values high-expectations, perseverance, leadership, and collaboration for both students and Teaching Fellows
    • Coordinate efforts with each of the Manchester School District’s middle schools to follow students’ academic progress, recommending or providing additional support as needed
    • Contribute ideas, concepts and artifacts for the development of program materials including brochures, annual reports, and newsletters, working closely with the Director of Philanthropy and Communications
    • Collaborate with the Breakthrough Collaborative and other affiliates on conference calls and attend national conferences (1-2 per year)
    • Work closely with the Breakthrough College-Bound Administrator at SNHU to develop annual objectives and align student transition to the high school program 
    • Be a positive ambassador throughout the Manchester Community for Breakthrough Manchester, promoting the program’s mission and advocating for student success
    Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
    • 3+ years of teaching and/or education administration experience at the middle or high school level, or equivalent work experience
    • Demonstrates a strong understanding of diversity, belonging, equity and inclusion practices
    • Prior experience with Breakthrough or similar intensive academic/youth organization with a focus on equitable access 
    • Proven management, organizational, and leadership skills, including the ability to initiate and follow through on ideas and complex projects 
    • Ability to work effectively in many different environments with people from diverse backgrounds (ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, professional, generational)
    • Excellent writing and communication skills
    • A strong sense of purpose and vision for expanding educational opportunities for youth
    • Creativity, enthusiasm and resilience
    • Willingness and ability to work flexible hours, including multiple evenings and occasional Saturdays
    • The ideal candidate must possess a rock-solid work ethic and a love for learning, teaching, and the development of adolescents/young adults ages 12-22 
    Skills and Knowledge
    • Strong understanding of issues affecting educational equity and access to higher education, especially by students under-represented on college campuses
    • An appreciation of stages of adolescence from middle school through college age  
    • Positive, high-energy, can-do spirit; resilience and perseverance
    • Familiarity with college-preparatory curriculum 
    • Poised communicator and motivator; ability to write and speak persuasively and to build and empower an effective team
    • Proven leadership skills
    • Experience in selecting and supervising people with strong, but still developing, teaching and relationship-building skills
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team with exceptional initiative and judgment 
    • Exceptional organizational skills, including the ability to initiate and follow through on ideas and projects, both independently and collaboratively
    • Demonstrated ability to manage and sequence complex projects and to anticipate required logistics  
    • Strategic and respectful "bridge builder" able to foster partnerships with people of diverse socio-economic, cultural, and political backgrounds; cultural humility
    • Proficiency with various computer and web-based systems including Google applications and databases
    Physical and Psychological Demands
    • Must be physically and mentally capable of performing multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
    • Must be physically fit enough to hike with middle school students
    • Must be capable of using a visual display terminal with keyboard
    • Must have a strong commitment to and ability to execute superior customer service
    • Must be able to provide and accept critical feedback and direction in a professional manner
    • Must be a team player and consistently exhibit the following qualities:
      • Strong evidence of commitment and loyalty to the program’s vision and mission
      • Trustworthiness and the ability to fully trust other team members and superiors
      • Communication skills to address conflicts in a timely and professional manner
      • Ownership and accountability for work and mistakes
      • Consistent and superior attention to details and results

    The position is full-time (12 months) and qualifies for generous health insurance and benefits. 

    Compensation:
    • Salary is commensurate with experience and degree of behavioral fit with described characteristics.  Includes a generous benefits package. 

    Application Instructions:
    Please email your resume, complete contact information (including phone and email) for three relevant references, and a thoughtful cover letter outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position. Your cover letter should indicate your salary expectations for this year-round position.  Materials should be emailed to Deborah Bremberg for initial review at dbremberg@derryfield.org.  Anticipated start date is August 29, 2022. No phone calls please. EOE.
  • School Nurse

    The priority for the school nurse is to oversee and provide for the individual health needs of students and provide for the promotion and maintenance of good health as well as the prevention of illness and injuries. This facilitates learning and promoting an optimal level of wellness for students and staff.
    • Organizes, administers, and manages school health services. 
    • Responsible for appropriate assessment, planning, intervention, evaluation, management, and referral activities for students in the school.
    • Responsible for direct and indirect care given to students in compliance with school policies, professional standards or practice, physician’s orders and the Individual Health Plan. 
    • Complying with professional nursing practice standards, guidelines, relevant statutes, rules, and regulations.
    • Functions in accordance with New Hampshire Nurse Practice Act, Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses, and the school policies and procedures. 
    • Promotes and maintains good health as well as the prevention of illnesses and injuries. 
    • Formulates, revises, and implements Individual Health Plans. 
    • Inputs the health screenings, physical examinations, and immunization records into the school database. (Magnus)
    • Participates in the development of an ongoing student safety and child protection program. 
    • Acts in a manner that respects the dignity, confidentiality, and rights of all students and staff. 
    • Upholds regulations and laws related to confidentiality, reporting of child abuse and neglect, and other health-related requirements. 
    • Provides leadership in the planning of proper emergency care and first aid for student illnesses and accidents incurred during school activities. 
    • Ensures the maintenance of accurate health records for all children and the submission of all reports relating to the health of children to the state or other appropriate agencies. 
    • May provide in-service training for health-related issues to staff members.
    • Assists in the preparation and implementation of the school health services budget. 
    • Monitors, reports, and recommends changes for safety hazards and sanitary conditions in the school environment. 
    • Maintains student’s confidential files and records (e.g. health care plans, agency referrals, accident reports, immunizations, physical exams, etc.). 
    • Additional duties as assigned.
    • Teach or co-teach the middle school Leadership, Ethics, and Development program (LEAD), which is designed to foster each student’s social, emotional, physical, and ethical growth. 
    • Serve as an advisor for a small group of 6 to 8 students. The advisor follows each advisee's academic, social and extracurricular progress. 
    GENERAL Skills/Knowledge/Aptitudes:
    • Experienced RN, with two-three years of prior experience in the areas of pediatrics and/or emergency care 
    • Registered Nurse (RN) currently licensed in the State of New Hampshire 
    • Current CPR, AED certification 
    • Graduate of an accredited nursing program 
    • Bachelor’s Degree required
    • Energetic, patient and inspiring leader.
    • Knowledge of and/or experience in schools preferred but not required. 
    • 12 month position with 4 weeks off in the summer as approved, plus some additional school vacation weeks
    • Works in clear alignment with institutional objectives, strategies and goals.
    • Highly collaborative and team-oriented style. 
    • Knowledge and skills to evaluate and treat a variety of medical conditions, 
    • Ability to effectively communicate information both orally and in written form and to a diverse group, 
    • Ability to plan and manage projects, and work with frequent interruptions, 
    • Knowledge of current medical and health standards , 
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality and to do so in accordance with laws such as HIPAA, and FERPA, 
    • Ability to collaborate with professionals, parents, and community 
    • Knowledge of the New Hampshire Nurse Practice Act, Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses, and the school district’s policies and procedures 


      To Apply:
      Applicants interested in joining our dynamic, forward-thinking community of talented, compassionate educators and staff are required to send a cover letter, resume, and three written references to:  DBremberg@derryfield.org.    If you would like information about the school, please visit our website at www.derryfield.org.  EOE.



  • Spanish Teacher

    The Derryfield School seeks an enthusiastic and dedicated Spanish teacher, for grades 8-12, to start during the 2022-2023 school year.

    The ideal candidate will possess native or near-native ability in Spanish as well as a strong academic background in Spanish language and Hispanic cultures. The candidate must be able to teach all levels of high school Spanish, possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, an innovative approach to teaching a world language in the 21st Century, and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues. Responsibilities of the position include a combination of classroom teaching, student advising, and leading extracurriculars such as clubs and/or academic or athletic teams.
    The Derryfield School seeks an enthusiastic and dedicated Spanish teacher, for grades 8-12, to start during the 2022-2023 school year.

    The ideal candidate will possess native or near-native ability in Spanish as well as a strong academic background in Spanish language and Hispanic cultures. The candidate must be able to teach all levels of high school Spanish, possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, an innovative approach to teaching a world language in the 21st Century, and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues. Responsibilities of the position include a combination of classroom teaching, student advising, and leading extracurriculars such as clubs and/or academic or athletic teams.


    The ideal candidate will be an educator with:
    ● A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Spanish
    ● Three or more years of successful classroom experience teaching ● Experience with implementing technology and multimedia in the classroom
    ● Experience in extracurricular activities
    ● A track record of collaboration with colleagues.

    Salary for this position will be competitive for similar positions for day schools in New England. For information about the school, please visit our website at www.derryfield.org. EOE.

    To Apply: Applicants interested in joining our dynamic, forward-thinking community of talented, compassionate educators should send a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and at least three written references to Human Resources, Debbie Bremberg at dbremberg@derryfield.org.
  • Sub/per diem Nurse

    The priority for the substitute school nurse is to oversee and provide for the individual health needs of students while the regular nurse is away temporarily or work in conjunction with the regular nurse as back up support.
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    The priority for the substitute school nurse is to oversee and provide for the individual health needs of students while the regular nurse is away temporarily or work in conjunction with the regular nurse as back up support. 


    • Responsible for direct and indirect care given to students in compliance with school policies, professional standards or practice, physician’s orders and the Individual Health Plan. 
    • Comply with professional nursing practice standards, guidelines, relevant statutes, rules, and regulations.
    • Functions in accordance with New Hampshire Nurse Practice Act, Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses, and the school policies and procedures. 
    • Promotes and maintains good health as well as the prevention of illnesses and injuries. 
    • Acts in a manner that respects the dignity, confidentiality, and rights of all students and staff. 
    • Upholds regulations and laws related to confidentiality, reporting of child abuse and neglect, and other health-related requirements. 

    GENERAL Skills/Knowledge/Aptitudes:

    • Current CPR, AED certification 
    • Graduate or currently enrolled in an accredited nursing program 
    • Bachelor’s Degree preferred or working towards.
    • Energetic, patient and inspiring
    • Works in clear alignment with institutional objectives, strategies and goals.
    • Highly collaborative and team-oriented style. 
    • Knowledge and skills to evaluate and treat a variety of medical conditions, 
    • Ability to effectively communicate information both orally and in written form and to a diverse group, 
    • Knowledge of current medical and health standards , 
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality and to do so in accordance with laws such as HIPAA, and FERPA, 
    • Knowledge of the New Hampshire Nurse Practice Act, Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses, and the school district’s policies and procedures
  • Substitute Teachers

    The Derryfield School is accepting applications for substitute teachers at our independent college preparatory day school, grades 6-12 in Manchester, NH. Hourly wage is $15.00. Low student/teacher ratio. Dynamic environment. Please email your resume and three references to Debbie Bremberg, dbremberg@derryfield.org. For information about the School, please visit our website at www.derryfield.org. EOE

In the Classroom at Derryfield

List of 5 news stories.

  • Derryfield and Malone School Online Network

    Elaine Loft
    Derryfield is the only school in New Hampshire that is a member of the Malone School Online Network (MSON), which offers advanced, college-style seminar courses in an online, synchronous format....
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  • Diverse Voices in Literature

    Elaine Loft
    For the past several years, Laurie Byron (upper school English teacher) and Jodie Leen (middle school English teacher) have worked to broaden and diversify the scope of Derryfield’s literature program. This year students in both classes had the amazing opportunity to visit (via Zoom) with the authors whose works they had been studying throughout the fall term....
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  • Expanding Global Competencies

    Beginning in the fall of 2020, Dr. Brandon Gauthier, Director of Global Education, began working with the faculty to integrate global competencies into course work and global study programs. Gauthier frames his role as: “help(ing) Derryfield continue to conceptualize global education as about person-to-person connections...
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  • Equity & Inclusion in the Classroom

    Among the most important areas of development in recent years is that of curriculum. From the humanities to STEM disciplines, teaching and learning includes discussions of race, racism, and inclusion. Professional academic organizations such as the National Council for Teachers of English (NCTE) and the Gilder Lehrman Institute encourage teachers to consider the value of students having opportunities to see themselves in what they read and study.* Derryfield’s humanities teachers choose a range of texts that are intellectually challenging and diverse in perspectives....
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  • Joy in Cacophony

    Laura Russell
    Middle School Justice teacher Laura Russell reflects on how some of the technology solutions she used in teaching virtually this spring have actually improved her ability to lead thoughtful, small-group discussions in her classes...
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