Earlier this year we had the opportunity to talk to Sarah Lilly about some of the innovating teaching practice that she is a part of over at Albemarle High School.   Sarah is involved in a new interdisciplinary program called TEAM, focused on engaging students that feel disconnected from school.  We are proud to present Sarah’s experience in the classroom and how her studies at William & Mary provided her with the context to undertake such a challenging role as a new teacher.

Congratulations Sarah! We are proud of what you have accomplished and we are excited to see what you will continue to do in the future!

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Josh Chung is a second-year Masters student in the Higher Education Administration program at the College of William and Mary. He has been a photographer, EMT, and has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Among Josh's many varied interests, he is currently interested in researching user interface and user experience (UIUX) in instructional design.