Jaime Osborne

Jaime Osborne (no photo)

Adjunct Professor

School of Education


Jaime Osborne is a career educator with nearly twenty years of experience in public, private, overseas, and independent schools – as well as use of innovative practices and frameworks, including the International Baccalaureate, standards-based grading and assessment, inquiry-based learning, and improvement science for instructional and organizational problems of practice.  Most of her career has been spent overseas at international schools in Europe, southeast Asia, and the Middle East.  In addition to teaching, Jaime has also been a department chair, a representative to the Near East South Asia Council of Overseas Schools, and a coordinator of professional development.  Her research interests include department chair instructional leadership, social studies education, and adult learning and development.  In her spare time, she enjoys international travel, reading, and visiting local wineries in Virginia.


Academic Credentials

Ed.D. University of Virginia – Administration & Supervision; M.Ed. University of Virginia – Administration & Supervision; M.T. University of Virginia – Social Studies Education; B.A. University of Virginia – Foreign Affairs; Commonwealth of Virginia Postgraduate Professional License  – Admin and Supervision K-12, History and Social Sciences 6-12