Ms. Rebecca Carlson
My work with the talented and dedicated teachers of North Hampton is focused on the reflective and iterative cycle of curriculum, instruction, and assessment for our students’ learning. This is an exciting time in education, and I could not imagine a better place to be doing this work!
A little bit about me:
Having grown up in Texas, I attended Texas A&M and the University of North Texas, earning BAs in English and Mathematics. After moving to New England, I earned my Masters of Arts in Teaching from the University of New Hampshire, engaged in post-graduate work at the UL-SCALE Institute at Stanford University, and am currently a doctoral candidate at Plymouth State University.
My teaching experiences range from elementary enrichment to AP Calculus, and I have taught in both Texas and New Hampshire, public and private schools, and multiple content areas. While most of my teaching career took place in 5th-12th grade math classrooms, I have also enjoyed teaching middle school science and doing literacy research in elementary classrooms. I taught in both PreK-8 and high school settings and was an adjunct professor for SNHU.
I first began my work in curriculum leadership in Dallas, Texas in 2004 at the Good Shepherd Episcopal School. Most recently I was an Academic Dean for Timberlane’s secondary schools from 2014 to 2018. I have witnessed powerful advancements in education as a result of compelling research and the desire to meet the changing needs of 21st century learners. I love this work!
My husband, Steve, and I raised our family in Hampton Falls. Our two children are both proud graduates of Winnacunnet and are now off making their way in the world. Our empty nest feels less empty thanks to Cooper and Tucker, our two Golden Retrievers. I enjoy staying active, running with friends on the streets of beautiful North Hampton and skiing in Maine.