Emily Hoyler

Professional Learning Associate

Contact her at emilyhoyler.vt@gmail.com

Emily is a Professional Development Coordinator at the Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education at the University of Vermont. She has nearly two decades of experience working as an educator.  Emily’s current interests include racial and climate justice and activism, contemplative pedagogies, and creating rejuvenating professional development experiences for fellow educators. Emily is a national certified facilitator for The Origins Program’s Developmental Designs workshops, and served as a Visiting Lecturer in Education Studies at Middlebury College where she taught community-connected courses on elementary methods and Education for Sustainability. She holds an M.Ed in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy from Harvard University. Emily lives at the top of a mountain in Ripton, Vermont, with her husband and many Wild Things, including three children, three chickens, a dog, a cat, and various other untamed critters. 

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