Faculty

Yves André Vilgrain

Born in Mirebalais (Central Plateau), Yves André Vilgrain has been involved in education in Haiti since 2010. He has been working at Ecole de Choix where he teaches first grade. He uses the Caleb Gattegno Reading method and the Georges Cuisinaire (Rods Cuisinaire) to teach Math. Yves has also been involved in a two-year active…

Kerline Tofuri

Kerline Tofuri is currently a Family Advocate with the Community Advocacy Program (CAP) based at the Codman Square Health Center in Dorchester, MA. The Community Advocacy Program (CAP) is a program of the Center for Community Health Education, and Research Service (CCHERS) at Northeastern University’s, Office of Urban Health Programs and Policy, in the Bouve…

Paula Korman

Paula Korman has twenty-five years teaching experience in the field of Special Education, though she has worked in the field of disabilities for most of her life. She also has an advanced graduate certificate in Language and Literacy. She is presently working on a professional certificate in teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). Paula enjoys…

Susie Zeiger

Susie Zeiger has been an English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) teacher since 1982; she taught English to Haitians in New York over a period of 30 years. Her experience includes work as a teacher, staff developer, ELL coordinator, curriculum writer, and interpreter both in New York City and in Western Massachusetts. Susie reads,…

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