Director of Instructor Development and Training, General Assembly
Before coming to General Assembly, Chelsea spent several years as a Teach For America math teacher in Oakland, CA. After that, she went to England to earn a masters in quantitative analysis from the London School of Economics, where she also helped to train teachers and develop curriculum for a flagship outreach program at University College London. She then followed this line of work to Hong Kong and Italy. Now at General Assembly, Chelsea manages training and development for instructors and leads a team of instructional coaches.
How to Teach New Developers & Designers
In this workshop, we'll give you tools to work more effectively with new developers and designer, and help you share your technical knowledge.
Teach at GA: Training on Instructional Best Practices
Current and future instructors join together to learn and implement best practices, workshop execution and up-to-date teaching tools.
Secrets to Teaching New Programmers + Designers
In this workshop, we'll help you run a successful, interactive coding lesson for people with little programming experience.
Becoming a Better Programming Teacher
In this workshop, you'll learn two skills: how to conduct pair programming with junior developers and how to give feedback to other teachers/presenters.
How to Teach Technical Topics: Lesson Planning
In this workshop, you’ll receive support and frameworks for implementing ideas in your classroom.