Tiffani Martin-Few has been a lecturer and member of the clinical faculty for Urban Teachers in Baltimore since 2011. As a faculty member of the Johns Hopkins University School of Education, she helps fledgling teachers develop the skills they need to teach literacy. She provides real-time coaching and mentoring and develops and facilitates professional development sessions.
She previously served as an afterschool program specialist for Campfire USA-Baltimore, developing and implementing curriculum to supplement classroom learning. Tiffany holds a master of arts in teaching from Trinity University in Washington, D.C and spent 8 years working in K-6 classrooms. She takes a holistic approach to learning and strives to help teachers develop a better understanding of their students’ social and emotional intelligence. In her classroom observations, she coaches teachers to become cogent advocates for each and every child.
• Trinity University, Master of Arts in Teaching, Elementary Education,
• University of Maryland, College Park, MD, Bachelor of Science, Business (Marketing)
Johns Hopkins University (Urban Teachers), Lecturer/Clinical Faculty (Literacy), 12/2011—Present
Other professional positions
• Camp Fire USA-Baltimore, After-School Program Specialist (Grades K-5), 2009-11
• Center For Student Support Services, Washington, D.C., Pre-K Classroom Observer, 2010-11
• Friends Community School, College Park, MD, 1st Grade Teacher, 2008-09
• Tree Top Learning Academy, Morrow, GA, Pre-K 3 and 4 Teacher, 2003-06
• Emergent and early reading
• Content area reading
• Small group practicum for early childhood education