Farber joined the Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education after 17 years as a classroom teacher in central Vermont. Her dissertation with Northeastern University focused on service learning at the middle level and is called The Doing Revolution: early adolescents, service learning, and personal growth.
Her education articles have been published on CNN’s School of Thought blog, Educational Leadership, Edutopia, and the Synapse.
Farber has also taught pre-service and practicing teachers in graduate courses at Union Institute and LAPDA. She is passionate about promoting student and teacher voice, engaging early adolescent students, sharing the power of service learning, and creating inclusive communities where joy, courageous conversations and kindness are the norm.
She lives in central Vermont with her husband and two daughters and loves being outside with family and friends, listening to music, and jumping into Vermont ponds and lakes.
- Connecting Vermont students with dairy farms
- How to do a library diversity audit
- Can Minecraft save the world?
- Ottauquechee’s Diversity Detectives in:
- How to make real, sustainable change in the Northeast Kingdom
- Vermont schools have a transportation equity problem.
- Real World: Cabot
- Personalized Learning in the Middle Grades
- PBL or PB&J?
- Toward a student-directed classroom