Lillian Remler


Master of Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Boston University, 2024

Bachelor of Arts, History and English, Wake Forest University, 2022


Massachusetts Provisional Teaching License in Humanities

Lillian specializes in English and the Humanities, including History and Social Studies, for grades 5-8. She currently serves as an 8th grade English Language Arts teacher. She is experienced in working with English Language Learners as well as students with special needs. She also supports students in public speaking and study skills. She has worked with students at a wide range of learning levels, and is experienced in individualizing her curriculum and instructional methods to meet the specific needs of her students.
Lillian says: “I graduated from Wake Forest University with a Bachelor of Arts in History and English, with honors in History. I wrote my honors thesis on the ancient Egyptian pharaoh Hatshepsut, and have traveled to Egypt to see her mortuary temple among other historic sites. I was also awarded the Robert N. Shorter Medieval Prize by the Wake Forest University English Department. I love empowering students to approach their academics with confidence and develop skills crucial for their future success. I prioritize students’ critical thinking and independence in my instructional approach. I enjoy crocheting, baking, creative writing, and traveling. I have two cats named Honey Bell and Holly Jolly whom I’ve had since elementary school.”