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Scott Greene

Director of the Teaching and Learning Center

Scott Greene has been the director of the Teaching and Learning Center since 2017. He holds a B.S. in Business Management from The University of North Carolina - Asheville, an M.A.Ed. in Special Education from Western Carolina University, and Orton Gillingham Certification from Carolina Day School's Key Learning Center in Asheville, N.C. Greene has more than 25 years of experience in education, serving most recently as director of learning services and academic dean at The Rectory School in Pomfret, Ct. There, he oversees operations of the Individual Instructional Program, administers professional development and oversees curriculum development, among other duties. He has worked in many areas of educational administration throughout his career, including previous service as an assistant headmaster, director of education, assistant head of middle school, and principal in independent schools throughout the South and Northeast. His wife, Tonya, will be a new middle grades learning specialist at Darlington.

Learning Center
College Education
B.S. University of North Carolina
M.Ed. Western Carolina University

Podcast Episode 5: A Look at the Accelerated Learning Program for Dyslexia

April 29, 2021
Welcome to Episode 5 of The Darlington Podcast! In this episode we'll take a deeper look into Darlington's Teaching and Learning Center and Accelerated Learning Program for Dyslexia.

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Curriculum Spotlight | Multisensory Learning

January 31, 2020
Our primary grades curriculum focuses on the whole child and uses a hands-on approach to building on developmental skills and academic milestones. In this video spotlight you'll hear about the many facets of multi-sensory learning as it relates to reading and writing.

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Darlington to launch Accelerated Learning Program for Dyslexia, train all pre-K to 5 faculty in Orton-Gillingham

February 28, 2018
This fall, Darlington will become the only school in Northwest Georgia to offer a program specifically designed to support students with dyslexia. Focusing on grades 2-5, the Accelerated Learning Program for Dyslexia will provide necessary remediation with experienced learning specialists, while allowing students with dyslexia enrolled in the program to receive the full Darlington experience.

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Learning Target #2: Making Students Do the Work of Thinking

Learning Center | Scott Greene, November 28, 2017
This is the second in a series of blogs focusing on how to use brain research to develop lesson plans and to engage students. The second strategy has to do with making the student do the work of thinking.

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Learning Target #1: Attention States

Learning Center | Scott Greene, October 27, 2017
I recently shared with the faculty and staff six learning target strategies that can be used in most any classroom and with most any age student. I will be blogging about each of these strategies over the coming months. The first of these strategies deals with attention states of students.

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Greenes join Darlington faculty

August 30, 2017
Scott and Tonya Greene have joined the Darlington Community, relocating to Rome from Pomfret, Ct. Scott is serving as director of the Teaching and Learning Center and Tonya is a middle grades learning specialist.

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School welcomes new faculty and staff

August 7, 2017
Darlington is pleased to welcome the following new faculty and staff members for the 2017-18 school year. All will begin Aug. 1, 2017, unless otherwise noted.

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