About Laurie Shelton
Laurie Shelton taught grades one through three in Worcester, Vermont and is the founder and former director/teacher of Spring Hill School in Waitsfield, Vermont, a non-profit school for ages 3 to 5 that is based on the Reggio Emilia Approach to Early Childhood Education.
Ms. Shelton was also a mentor teacher at the University of Vermont’s Campus Children’s School, a mentor for home daycare providers in Vermont’s Birth to Five programs, a substitute teacher in pre-k through grade 12 in the Burlington and South Burlington schools, and an enrichment/art teacher for Burlington City Arts. Laurie is a Master Instructor for Vermont Northern Lights, teaching workshops on creating amiable classroom environments, emergent curriculum and hand papermaking with children. She spends time as a Visiting Artist at UVM’s Campus Children’s School, supporting their Hand Papermaking enrichment program.
Laurie Shelton enjoys working with people of all ages in many different settings, and always considers herself a co-learner. She is especially excited to be working as adjunct faculty in NVU-Lyndon’s Early Childhood Education program.