Dr. John Aden – Canterbury School

Dr. John Aden – Canterbury School

This edition of Teacher Spotlight shines on Canterbury School’s Dr. John Aden. John teaches MSON’s course, “Diversity in a Global Comparative Perspective,” wears many hats at Canterbury, runs an African American History museum, has taught at the college level from...
Marielle Sallo – Chadwick School

Marielle Sallo – Chadwick School

This edition of Teacher Spotlight shines on Chadwick School’s Mariello Sallo. Teachers often ask their students to take a step outside of their comfort zone and try something that will challenge them. That is what I’ve told many of my students, and this...
Wade Lanum – Brownell Talbot School

Wade Lanum – Brownell Talbot School

This edition of Teacher Spotlight shines on Brownell Talbot’s Wade Lanum. Brownell Talbot College Preparatory School is the only independent preschool through grade 12 school in the state of Nebraska. With graduating classes usually in the mid-thirties and an...
Dean Masullo – University School of Nashville

Dean Masullo – University School of Nashville

I’ve been teaching British, American, and World Literature at University School of Nashville for the past eleven years, as well as directing a number of Independent Studies on subjects that range from Queer Cinema to the history of American popular music. I’m also the...
Joyce Lazier – Canterbury School

Joyce Lazier – Canterbury School

This edition of Teacher Spotlight shines on Canterbury School’s Joyce Lazier. If a bag existed that could function as a portable uterus, would this be a good thing? This is a question I’d never considered even in my ethics class, but I got to wrap my brain...
Jocelyn Rodgers – Maret School

Jocelyn Rodgers – Maret School

I’m teaching two different semester MSON chemistry courses – Intro to Organic Chemistry and Advanced Topics in Chemistry – for the first time this year. I’ve found the chance to expose students to topics in chemistry not often taught at the...