Category Archives: Profiles

Kristen Lewis

A high school history teacher comments on how her experiences in a master’s degree program helped her to open up as a teacher and recognize which students are most in need.

Kelly Gomez

High school math teacher Kelly Gomez notes how the concepts she learned in her master’s degree programs have helped her move away from traditional ideas of teaching math, and given her the skills to implement positive changes in the classroom.

Katie Dutro

Katie Dutro’s unique fifth grade classroom requires her to draw from previous educational experience to effectively teach her students.

Brandy Chance

As a teacher of pregnant and parenting teens, Brandy Chance shows how her master’s degree in Educational Foundations, Policy, and Practice has helped her excel not only as a teacher, but as a leader.

Brad Piroutek

Eighth grade science teacher Brad Piroutek describes how his master’s degree program reinvigorated him as a teacher, and introduced him to new lines of scientific thought.

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