Kaitlyn Dudley Curtin
Teaching - Writing - Speaking
Kaitlyn writes and teaches about topics in theology and education. She draws on her career as an educator (middle school, high school, college, virtual, homeschool, tutoring); on her education (Master of Theological Studies, Master of Education, BA in Theology and Philosophy); and on her experience as a mother of five.
Mentor for New Teachers
Teaching is a craft, but many schools neglect to treat it as one. As a result, many teachers struggle in their first five years, and far too many leave the profession for lack of support. Research confirms what common sense suggests: one-on-one coaching works! External mentors make it safe for teachers to be open about their weaknesses and goals. I can assist with strategies for efficient lesson planning, for improved assessment, and for productive parent communication. I am available on a semester, yearly, or summer-only basis.
K-12 Professional Development Leader
Sample 1-2 Hour Sessions:
“Helping Students Find Grace in the Old Testament”
“Latin Class: Multum non Multa”
“Latin 1 - The Right Start”
“Primary Educators: How to Include Parents in the Classroom”
“The Classical Movement and the Best of Both Worlds”
Retreat & Conference Presenter, Specializing in the Doctors of the Church
High School Retreats
Parish Religious Education
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.