Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Elizabeth Lovett

Underdog – My pathway to teacher leadership

Knox County's Beth Lovett shares her story of how she became a teacher leader and how other teachers can find their own leadership path.
Kellie Jones

An apple for the teacher

Taylor County's Kellie Jones shares her thoughts about how important it is for teachers to keep their enthusiasm for education alive and well.
Kristina Slusser

Why I read to my high school students

Kenton County's Kristina Slusser shares her thoughts on why she thinks teachers shouldn't stop reading to their students once they leave elementary school.
Allison Slone and Madison Marie Ortega

Student voice: Two perspectives, one goal

Rowan County teacher Allison Slone and student Madison Marie Ortega share their thoughts on why student voice is an increasingly important factor in education in the Commonwealth.
Kellie Jones

Emotions are the hook that imbeds concepts in students’ minds

Taylor County's Kellie Jones says students may come with different experiences – and it’s important to keep up with the changing times – but connect with them on an emotional level and you will have an experience that remains embedded in their hearts and minds.
Julia Durbin Bishop

Developing professionalism and collaboration among faculty

Lee County's Julia Durbin Bishop said professional learning communities and helped teachers come together when her district merged two schools over the summer.
Tiffany Blazina

Learning lessons about teaching on the soccer field

Crittenden County's Tiffany Blazina shares how she discovered the tough lessons being taught by her daughter's soccer coach also apply to her as an educator.

Where do we go from here?

Wayne County's Leah Turner has found that the closer she gets to retirement, the more she asks herself, 'Where do I go from here?' It's a question her community has been asking too.

The challenges of student choice

Boyle County Middle School teacher Danielle Burke says great things happened when she gave her students more time to ask questions.

Institute helps new teachers at priority schools find their way

Jefferson County’s new Priority Teacher Institute is designed to give practical, intensive help to new teachers going into some of the district's most challenging settings.