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

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Upper Division: Upper Grades Program

Teacher Bios by Department:

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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

June 12, 2018

Learning to Describe People in Chinese

by Describing people in Mandarin Chinese


Detailed description is one of the paramount skills in foundational Chinese. The more advanced a student becomes in their language facility, the more accurate and nuanced the description becomes.  

June 11, 2018

Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

by Jennette Mullaney


On Tuesday, June 5, the class of 2018 graduated from Avenues New York. They're moving on to great things, and we couldn't be happier for them.   

June 6, 2018

Student-Designed Carpets Being Sold for a Good Cause

by Jennette Mullaney


As part of a yearlong interdisciplinary project, Avenues 2nd graders have been working with Jan Kath gallery to design carpets. The students created designs based on radial symmetry, and the gallery’s artisans wove them—by hand—into gorgeous carpets.  

June 6, 2018

5th Graders Create Their Own Supermarket

by Rosalyn McCaine, Lower Division Art Teacher


This spring, the 5th graders have been creating paper mache food objects in art class. The goal was was to feature these food objects in a “community supermarket." And last week, the students installed their store, called Billy’s Art Mart, on the fifth floor of our school.   ​​ 

May 31, 2018

“The Robot Man,” or Teaching Computational Thinking to Preschoolers

by Jacob Goren, Technology Integrator


 

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