On April 6 and 7, Tara Quigley, MS Humanities teacher and Director of the Miss Fine's Center, and Lauren Ledley, US History teacher and Technology Coordinator, had the opportunity to present at the OESIS Conference in Los Angeles at the Chadwick School. Later this month, on April 20, Lower School science teacher Aaron Schomburg will be presenting at 5th annual STEMCON in Chicago.
Miss Fine's Center
The Miss Fine’s Center at Princeton Day School is dedicated to the committed faculty members who have advanced and who continue to advance the school’s mission to deliver excellence in teaching in an ever-changing world.
Established in 2014, the purpose of the Miss Fine’s Center is to promote the collaborative study of topics and themes that demand and benefit from an interdisciplinary approach. The Center, endowed through the generosity of Kenneth L. Wallach and Susan Schildkraut Wallach ’64, provides ongoing financial support for professional development, travel, and research for PDS faculty.
The goals of the Center are advanced through the efforts of faculty members, known as Miss Fine’s Center Fellows, who engage in interdisciplinary work and share their findings with their faculty colleagues, as well as in forums beyond the school community, including national independent school conferences and other discipline-specific professional gatherings.
Princeton Day School is proud to announce that faculty members Tara Quigley, Amy Beckford, Lauren Ledley, and Maria Shepard presented at the 2017 OESIS (Online Education Strategies for Independent Schools) Conference in Boston this past weekend. Mrs. Quigley and Ms. Beckford presented a class entitled "Global Competency Matrix Across Middle School."