Lecturer on Education
Master Teacher in Residence in the Harvard Teacher Fellows Program
Degree: M.A.T., Brown University, (2006)
Office: Gutman 235
Faculty Assistant: Mark McNally
Sarah Leibel is a lecturer on education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and master teacher in residence in English Language Arts for the Harvard Teacher Fellows Program. Prior to this, Leibel was the visiting director of Elementary Education at Brown University. She earned both her M.A.T. in secondary English and her B.A. in comparative literature from Brown. Her work as a teacher educator is informed by the many students and classroom teachers she has had the honor of teaching and learning from and more than 15 years of work in urban, public schools. Leibels K-12 work includes teaching high school English Language Arts; teaching writing as a practice of self-understanding and community-building; administering a school-based mentoring program for middle school students; and leading outdoor adventures to connect children ages six through seventeen to farm, wilderness, and each other.
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