Michelle Papa is an Assistant Principal at Jefferson Township High School in Oak Ridge, New Jersey. She is passionate about the amplification of student’s voices, healthy school culture, trauma-informed education, and equity for all students. She has presented workshops on the topics of using digital tools for formative assessment, community building in the virtual classroom, text-dependent questioning, state testing rubrics, and the ALICE response to active shooter events. She is also a mom of two and wife to Danny Papa, a K-12 Supervisor of Social Studies, Fine Art, and Technology Education in the same school district.
- This misrepresentation that as an administrator you will not be as connected with students.
- Must be intentional – devote time to relationship building
- As an assistant principal, working with a more diverse population of students that extend beyond my classroom, I have a better understanding of trauma – Michael McKnight & Dr. Laurie Dusseault – Eyes Are Never Quiet “Brains in pain cannot learn”
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