Upper School Digital Arts Teacher Matt Woodard provides students with a foundation in digital technology as a means to express their thoughts and feelings.
At Catlin Gabel, our teachers want students in every grade to gain confidence in their knowledge and skills. They encourage students to engage in discussions, to dig deeper into ideas, to share their perspectives, and to ask questions. Our classrooms are a place where discoveries happen every day. To learn more about our teachers, we encourage you to read their stories about being a part of the Catlin Gabel community.
With his context-based teaching method, Lower School Mandarin teacher Guimin Tang guides students to find joy and ownership in their language acquisition.
Seventh grade math teacher An Nguyen builds literacy and confidence by encouraging students to ask questions, share ideas, and create their own learning.
Fourth-grade homeroom teacher Olivia Poirier is helping students learn and grow by designing lessons that match their interests and tapping into their empathetic nature.
Music teachers Rhonda Patten and Peter Musselman share thoughts on how making music together leads to a sense of belonging.
Upper School Social Studies teacher Peter Shulman uses the lens of history to deepen students’ consciousness about current events and issues.
Preschool teacher Hana Hutchings is creating classroom experiences that encourage children to develop their identity and work in relationship with others
Upper School Physics teacher Marguerite McKean '04 is helping students develop their ability to communicate findings and ask questions in a meaningful way.
Middle School Visual Arts teacher Phil Robinson is helping young artists recognize and work through obstacles to their self-expression.