Alumni-in-Residence: Sign Up for Office Hours with Educational Change Leader Gil Schmerler '64
The Loeb Center's Alumni-in-Residence program is excited to offer 20-minute, 1-on-1, informational office hour appointments with Gil Schmerler '64.
Gil is director of the Leadership for Educational Change program at Bank Street College (NYC). He has been a teacher, administrator, staff developer, and new school designer in K-12 schools in NJ, MD, NY, and RI.
His recent work and writing have focused on teacher leadership, small schools, and constructivist teacher supervision. He is co-author with Mary Anne Raywid of Not So Easy Going: The Policy Environments of Small Urban Schools and Schools-within-Schools (2003), and editor of Teacher Leaders: Transforming Schools from the Inside (2009).
Alumni-in-Residence office hours appointments are available to sophomores, juniors, and seniors on a first-come, first-served basis. Submit your resume today to sign up for a time slot!