NYC Faculty

We expect our teachers not only to be excellent in their own disciplines, with a passion for teaching and for working with children, but also to work collaboratively toward school-wide goals. We have structured the curriculum and school day to allow that to happen. We also want to support teachers with a multitude of professional development opportunities, including teaching at our campuses around the world. Faculty can model the behaviors we are espousing in our commitment to global competency and global citizenship.


Teacher Bios on OPEN, the Avenues blog

Teacher Bios by Division:

Early Learning Center
Lower Division
Upper Division: Middle Grades Program
Upper Division: Upper Grades Program

Teacher Bios by Department:

Art
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Chinese
Humanities
Library
Math
Music
Science
Spanish

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Prospective teachers should have a passion for teaching, a strong work ethic and deep knowledge of their disciplines.

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Recent Articles from OPEN, our news and discussion blog

April 20, 2018

An Interdisciplinary Project Connects Avenues 2nd Graders to Students in Nepal

by Rosalyn McCaine, Lower Division Art Teacher


Our 2nd grade students have been taking part in an amazing global art collaboration, much of it completed in their immersion art class. A program called Crossroads has partnered Avenues New York, Jan Kath gallery, and Kelsang Primary School in Kathmandu, Nepal, in a year-long carpet-design and pen-pal partnership.  

April 19, 2018

Avenues Global Journeys: Climate Change and Culture in Taiwan

by Grace Jackson, China Content and Marketing Manager


On a recent Global Journeys program, a group of 9th and 10th graders looked closely at how climate change and sustainability relate to culture in Taiwan.  

April 17, 2018

Keeping Students Active and Engaged in Middle Grades Math

by Fanny Sosenke, Middle Grades Math Teacher


One of the challenges of teaching math is making sure all kids are engaged and all kids learn. The way I address this challenge in my classroom is by first having a several activities planned during the 82-minute class period and by having different math levels of activities available to students.  

April 13, 2018

Avenues’ First Spring Break Camp

by Zoe Shan, Head of Summer Programs


This year, Avenues offered spring-break camp for the first time. During week one campers explored Science of Gourmet Cooking with PoSoCo, while the second week was Mini Musical: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.  

April 11, 2018

Debating in Chinese

by Spencer Baron, Upper Division Chinese Teacher


Many students think of language class as a place to acquire basic life skills in a new language, but I imagine not many of my students in Chinese 3 had thought they could have a political debate in their target language.  

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