Pauline Allaire-Adams has taught both science and math at the middle school and high school levels. Her years of experience teaching all levels of high school biology made her a fitting appointee to the Massachusetts MCAS Assessment Development Committee. Pauline has also served as a department head, district-wide PreK-12 curriculum facilitator, program developer, and professional development coordinator.
At Teachers21, Pauline has established a reputation for sound consultation on science and math instruction, the formative-assessment process, differentiation, and preparing students for the biology MCAS. Her deep knowledge of science and of the science curriculum at all grade levels is transmitted to teachers through practical, hands-on experience designed to deepen student understanding.
Pauline has a B.A. in biology and secondary education from Rhode Island College. She earned a Master’s degree in liberal arts with a concentration in biology from Harvard.