Who is a Trinity Teaching Fellow?
Fellows vary in experience and range from first-year teachers to veteran educators. They don't always have a degree in education, but they all have a passion for teaching and mentoring young students. They've taught literacy, math, art and special-education in different types of schools (e.g. independent, charter and public).
Teachers in Every Homeroom
Each Lower School homeroom is led by a teacher and a teaching fellow.
Fellows can also serve as coaches and substitute teachers to build more experience.
A team of fellows and learning specialists help deliver personalized instruction.
Opportunities to Teach and to Learn
Teaching fellows have an opportunity to be in self-contained classrooms (K–1) or semi-departmentalized classrooms (2–4). Fellows may also gain experience outside of the classroom working in our After the Bell (ATB) childcare and enrichment program, coaching a sport, designing the yearbook, or leading a summer camp.