Menu Harvard Graduate School of Education

Lauren Adams

Adjunct Lecturer on Education
Default Faculty image

Degree:  M.A., Simmons College, (1995)
Email:  [javascript protected email address]
Faculty Assistant:  Jeffrey Brisbin

Profile

Lauren Adams holds an M.A. with distinction in children's literature from Simmons College and is a licensed high school teacher and former Horn Book editor. She supports students in sheltered English and history classes as well as mainstream classes and works with students to develop reading comprehension, writing, speaking, and study skills. Adams also creates and teaches individual lesson plans in English and history for very low beginner student and communicates with parents, counselors, and mainstream teachers to address concerns and advocate for students. At Simmons, she was an Adjunct Faculty in the Center for the Study of Children's Literature where she taught a course in the Survey of Children's and Young Adult Literature.

Click here to see a full list of Lauren Adams' courses.

News Stories

Campaign Banner

Learn to Change the World

The Campaign for Harvard Graduate School of Education enables HGSE to fulfill its vision of changing the world through education by expanding opportunity and improving outcomes.

Learn More