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Michaela McCaughey

Trinity Academy for the Performing Arts

Michaela is a high school teacher at TAPA: Trinity Academy for the Performing Arts, in Providence. She teaches Spanish Language and Culture, Spanish for Heritage Speakers, and Dual Enrollment Prep. She is so excited to be a Fuse Fellow and have the opportunity to support and learn from other educators - through this collaboration, everyone gets better. She is passionate about improving her own blended learning practices as well as helping others become more comfortable and encouraging them as they find their unique style and approach. Blended and personalized learning is crucial to ensuring educational equity and language access. Michaela’s educator superpower is creating a supportive classroom culture that fosters student choice and voice.