"Live a life that actively exhibits compassion for others and the world we live in. Explore the world, travel, and learn about other cultures and ways of life. Empower yourself with knowledge and use that knowledge to be a blessing to the world. Create a life you are proud of and always believe in yourself and your capabilities."
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Number: 410-377-5192 ext. 3289
Joined Boys' Latin: 2013
Middle School Art
Upper School Art
Advisor, Model UN
Scenic Artist, Middle School Winter Production
Scenic Artist, Upper School Fall and Spring Productions
Advisor, Middle School Art Club
Hometown: Towson, MD
Education & Professional Training:
B.F.A., Maryland Institute College of Art
MAT., Maryland Institute College of Art
Middle School Art Teacher, Windsor Mill Middle School
Student Teacher, Art Department, Parkville High School
Student Teacher, Art Department, Crossroads Center
Student Teacher, Art Department, Kingsville Elementary School
Teaching Intern, Southwest Baltimore Charter School
Teaching Intern, Mother Seton Academy
Volunteer Teaching Assistant, Wings of Hope, Fermathe, Haiti Teaching
Assistant to Artist-in-Residence, Atholton Elementary School
Awards, Honors and Recognition:
EE Ford Grant, 2015, The Boys' Latin School
Volunteer Excellence Award, 2015, Baltimore County Detention Center
MAT Graduate Merit Scholarship, 2011-2012, Maryland Institute College of Art
Summer Study Merit Scholarship, 2011, Maryland Institute College of Art
National Art Honor Society Scholarship, 2007-2011, Maryland Institute College of Art
Presidential Scholarship, 2007-2011, Maryland Institute College of Art
Veteran Scholarship, 2010, Baltimore, MD
Winnieford Gordon Travel Abroad Scholarship, 2009
Teaching At BL:
If "the aim of art is to represent, not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance," then art is a medium that has the potential to change lives, empower students in self-expression, and transform ways of thinking about the world. Art has the capacity to reveal the child as a whole person. Mrs. Mogliazzi believes her job as an educator is to honor the child in that way and give each student the tools they need to discover the unique attributes they can offer that world. She values the lessons that emerge organically within the classroom and believes that if she engages students in processes of kinesthetic and collaborative learning, self- inquiry, problem-solving, and critical thinking, she can impact the "inward significance" of each child.
Mrs. Mogliazzi believes that educators should encourage all types of learners and challenge their students to make connections between their sense of self and ideas. She helps her students acquire skills that transfer beyond the classroom and believes that if she fosters a classroom environment that honors respect and safety, she can build meaningful relationships that will allow her students a genuine joy of learning that will empower them for the rest of their lives.
Mrs. Mogliazzi spends her time outside of BL painting landscapes, traveling, working on community murals with local artists, volunteering, hiking, and leading the college-aged ministry at her church.
Mrs. Mogliazzi also works with children who have been charged as adults in the criminal justice system and is very involved with organizations that seek to fight injustices such as human trafficking. During the summer, she teaches art to incarcerated young men and uses art as an outlet of empowerment and exploration.
Throughout the year, Mrs. Mogliazzi serves as a mentor to the young girls who are incarcerated at the Baltimore County Detention Center. Her goal is to show them they are loved and valuable and aims to equip them with the necessary skills and positive mindset for success in the world beyond.