Rebecca Alberts

Adjunct Instructor of Art Education
Degree programs: 
BFA / MAT Art Education
MA Art Education
MA Teaching

Personal Information

Rebecca Alberts received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art; an MPS from George Washington University on fellowship from AAAS in Science Education; and is a candidate for ED.D from George Washington University in Curriculum and Pedagogy. Ms. Alberts previously taught studio art: college to middle school. Is currently in her 11th year of teaching 8th grade science at the Lab School of Washington, a K-12 school for students with language-based learning disabilities. The premice of the school is to infuse academics with the arts. In addition, she is currently a recipient of a Lehman Family Foundation Fellowship in which she will travel to the Galapogos Islands to do educational research and naturalist observation through both writing and art. Teaching arts education at the Corcoran, she teaches classes in which the praxis of theory and practice come together for students to learn how to use art to help teach academic concepts.

Occupation: 

Ms. Rebecca Alberts is a science Instructor at the Washington Lab School.

Degree Title: 
B.F.A
College or University: 
Maine College of Art
Degree Title: 
M.F.A
College or University: 
Cranbrook Academy of Art
Degree Title: 
M.P.S
College or University: 
George Washington University
Awards: 

Lehman Family Foundation Fellowship 

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Ms. Rebecca Alberts has taught 8th grade science at the Lab School of Washington, D.C., a K-12 school for students with language-based learning disabilities, for more than a decade. As a recipient of a Lehman Family Foundation Fellowship, she travelled to the Galapagos Islands to perform educational research and naturalist observation through both writing and art. In addition she received a faculty development grant from the Corcoran College of Art & Design in 2012.