Rodel Teacher Network

The Rodel Teacher Network convenes local teacher leaders dedicated to finding solutions, improving their craft, and leveraging their voices for the benefit of their students. Members represent all three counties, a variety of grade levels and subject areas, and bring a broad cross-section of leadership perspectives.

Rodel convened the first Rodel Teacher Council, as it was referred to then, in 2013 to represent the diversity of the local teaching force, provide a venue for teachers to weigh in on important issues affecting their work, and help set the course for education improvement in Delaware. Click here to view the 2018-19 Rodel Teacher Network infographic.

The network has received recognition from both national and local leaders over the years for their involvement in projects related to college and career readiness, early learning, social and emotional learning, equity and funding, and teacher quality and preparation. Check out a sampling of projects Rodel Teacher Network members are currently pursuing below.

Postsecondary Success
  • Stacy Stump, Laurel High School, Laurel School District
    Member of the Skills for Success: Badging and Competency-Based Learning State Advisory Committee
Social Emotional Learning
  • Sherlynn Aurelio, Eisenberg Elementary School (Retired), Colonial School District
    Member of the Delaware Social Emotional Learning Collaborative and Collaborating States Initiative
Early Learning
Personalized Learning

The Rodel Teacher Network also releases various resources for educators, legislators, and community members on topics such as personalized learning, social emotional learning, and more. Read some of their work below and on our resources page.