Dr. Juliette Longchamp, a 30-year veteran teacher, who spent the last 25 years as a middle school teacher, at Williston Central School, in Vermont. Juliette left the classroom to serve as Director of Professional Programs at Vermont-NEA, where she works with school districts and educators in Vermont in a variety of ways including conducting classes and workshops, teaching classes through Castleton University, coordinating and working with National Board Candidates, serving on state-level committees, and supporting aspiring educators in both teacher training programs and those who are pursuing alternate routes to certification. Recent workshops and courses include Differentiation and the Brain, Assessment Practices to Support Student Learning, Mentoring and Coaching, Accomplished Teaching, Project-based Learning, Proficiency-based learning, and Certification through the Peer Review Process.
Juliette is a National Board Certified Teacher, and holds Vermont Certification in Elementary Education (k-6), Special Education (k-8) and Middle School (5-9) in English Language Arts, Science, Math and Social Studies. This broad base of expertise allows her to connect with teachers in her courses and workshops.
She earned her Ed.D. in Education Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Vermont, M.A. in Curriculum and Teaching from Teacher’s College, Columbia University, and a B.S. in Elementary and Special Education from the University of Vermont.