Amanda Clark-Rudolph graduated from the University of Vermont, with a Master of Teaching for middle level Social Studies and Language Arts, in 2010. She also received a Bachelor of Arts in Art History, from Southern Methodist University, in 2005. There she was also the captain of her women's soccer team and played goalie. Additionally, Clark-Rudolph has previously worked at Connecticut River Academy, an alternative school located in Bradford, Vermont. She also has worked as an outdoor educator at Nature's Classroom across New England. Clark-Rudolph grew up in Londonderry, VT and enjoys nature, juggling, and poetry. She currently resides in Ocala, Florida.
Mrs. Giles is the 4th and 5th Grade Math and Science Teacher. She is also an alumni at The Cornerstone School where she attended Preschool through 8th Grade. She attended The University of Central Florida where she received her degree and certification in Elementary Education. She has received certifications in specialty areas that allow her contribute to the classroom learning.
Joe Moseley is a certified STEM instructor in engineering and technology that utilizes robotics to teach math and science concepts to elementary through high school students. He has been a faculty member at The Cornerstone School for 17 years. In 2006, he started his first Lego Robotics League. Since then he has coached over 30 robotics teams at The Cornerstone School. He has judged and directed robotics competitions including ROBOPALOOZA and RoboFest; and integrated STEM skills (robotics, CAD design, computer coding, etc.) into his everyday classroom curriculum. His experience includes four years as a certified Project Lead the Way instructor, directing several STEM summer camps, and administering the nationally recognized computer coding club, Girls Who Code. In 2012 Joe earned Marion County's STEM Teacher of the Year award. Most recently Mr. Moseley has led the first ever LEGO Robotics course for SF College for Kids and taught adult robotic education classes at SF College.