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Latest Middle Level News: RIMLE News Update 5.13.15 – click here
Previous Middle Level News: RIMLE News Update 5.6.15 – click here
Congratulations to all the recipients of RIMLE’s Middle Level Awards!
These awards are presented to middle level educators that incorporate higher order thinking in their lessons, help students develop a sense of ownership in their learning, foster curriculum connections by implementing innovative ideas in the instruction, and make a positive difference in their school and community.
The Promising Practitioner Award recipient was identified as Julie Lamarre of the Alan Shawn Feinstein Middle School of Coventry. Colleagues describe her as one who “consistently impresses everyone as a consummate professional.”
The Distinguished Middle Level Educators Award was presented to Emily Mowry of the West Broadway Middle School in Providence. Her colleagues describe her as “one who has made a significant impact on the lives of young adolescents through her leadership, vision, practice and personalization, and effective middle level practices.”
RIMLE named Tao Albrecht, Elizabeth Collie, Julie Lamarre, and Jennifer Lawrence, Team Nautilus at Alan Shawn Feinstein Middle School of Coventry (ASFMS), as its 2015 Middle Level Team That Makes a Difference Award recipient. “Team Nautilus believes their primary purpose is to engage students in learning — intellectually, emotionally, socially and behaviorally — by making greater use of authentic problem solving, project-based learning, cooperative learning and technology. “
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MISSION STATEMENT: The Rhode Island Middle Level Educators (RIMLE) is dedicated to providing advocacy and professional development in support of a high quality education for early adolescents.