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Stephanie Yip

Assistant Director for Outreach & Engagement

What I like most about my role within the Center is…

Interacting with my collaborative and thoughtful team members! I love working with people who share a passion for supporting children and providing them opportunities to feel happy and successful. 

What I believe in

I believe that there’s always room to learn about yourself and others and that laughter really is the best medicine.

Previous work highlights

I have always worked in the field of education. In my previous role, I was a special educator at Cambridge Public Schools.

Favorite book

Do cookbooks count? Well Fed by Melissa Joulwan. 

Fun fact

I’m a fitness instructor!

Education

B.A. in Elementary & Special Education from Providence College 

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Featured Blog Posts

November 14, 2022 Nikki Drury, Literacy Trainer

Creating Effective Anchor Charts in Your Minilessons 

Anchor charts have many benefits for learners of all ages. Here are three characteristics about creating effective anchor charts that will support your students in developing a strong sense of ownership in their learning.

October 9, 2022 Gravity Goldberg, Author & Consultant

Developing Empathetic Thinking

Author and consultant Gravity Goldberg shares four ways you can work on developing your own empathetic thinking and also support this in students.

October 4, 2022 Wendy Vaulton, Associate Director for Reading Recovery and Early Interventions

A is for Assessment: Considerations for linking assessment and instruction

How do we uncover the kinds and degrees of support that will be most effective for individual students? Our best shot starts with assessment that is authentic, asset-based, actionable, and anti-racist.