Senior Research Associate
Arielle Boguslav is a Senior Research Associate at the Annenberg Institute at Brown University where she designs and conducts research on teacher professional learning with the Research Partnership for Professional Learning. Arielle’s research focuses on the design, implementation, and effects of teacher preparation and professional learning programming and experiences. Prior to joining Annenberg, Arielle completed her PhD in Education Policy at the University of Virginia. As part of her dissertation work, she developed and tested a taxonomy of “coaching moves,” providing coherent and concrete language for describing the nuances of coaches’ interactions with teachers.
Arielle also holds an MPP from the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy and a BA in Archeology and Anthropology from the University of Cambridge. Arielle initially worked in innovation consulting before shifting to the field of education. Her six years of teaching experience include middle school English Language Arts in a Title I school and teaching English as a foreign language to adults in Russia.