Jane I. Miller (EdD)

Core Faculty
Department of Education

AUNE Contact Information


Highest Degree

EdD, University of Massachusetts,Amherst

Other Degrees & Credentials

M.A.T., University of New Hampshire
BA, English and French, Oberlin College

Areas of Expertise

integrated curriculum, independent schools, multi-age education, folk arts in schools


Ed.D. University of Massachusetts at Amherst; M.A.T., University of New Hampshire; B.A., English and French, Oberlin College; teacher in public and private elementary schools for 28 years; founder, director, and head teacher Price Farm School, Antrim, New Hampshire, an independent, integrated learning school; consultant and inservice provider on integrated curriculum, multiage education and independent schools; advisor, Auroville, India-Antioch New England student exchange program; Consultant  Sewing Confidence, Manchester, NH  organization for recently resettled Burundian refugee women; instructor, Folk Arts Teacher Training Program, Country Dance and Song Society of America, Haydenville, MA.

I strive to fuel my work with the beauty and wonder of life itself and with relationships of trust and kindness. Committed to the integration of music and the visual and dramatic arts in educational curriculum, it is my pleasure to model this in my Antioch classes.

Jane leads a lesson in a second grade class on “The difference between wants and needs”

“I shared slides of schools I’d visited and worked in, in Bali and India, highlighting the simple materials that children use in schools there. (Contrast what these children have with what we have.)”

“Then, I led these second graders in making a mandala out of flower petals as I’d seen children do in India. This tied in with the second graders’ study of symmetry.”

“We then took a minute of silent time as children do in both Bali and India.”