Friday, August 17, 2018
Steve Martell

Creating community opportunities in the math classroom

Henry County's Steve Martell says getting community members into your math classroom is important to show students how math applies in the real world, but you need to ask them strategic questions to get the most out of the visit.
Dana Lee Thomas

Feedback: Moving students toward success

Marion County's Dana Lee Thomas describes how the feedback provided by live scoring student writing can help both students and teachers.
Belinda Furman

Helping students become reflective thinkers

Grant County's Belinda Furman says teachers can help their students become more reflective thinkers if they intentionally work it into their daily classroom routines.
Belinda Furman

Growing readers one child at a time

Grant County's Belinda Furman shares how she tried to foster a love of reading among her young students.
Belinda Furman

Conferring 101

Grant County's Belinda Furman explains why holding brief, regular conferences with your students provides big benefits.
Jennifer Meo-Sexton

A strong classroom foundation keeps your students’ learning on track

Franklin County's Jennifer Meo-Sexton explains why it's worth the time to build a strong classroom community based on respect.
Garris Landon Stroud

Get more hands-on by flipping your classroom

Hopkins County's Garris Landon Stroud says flipping his classroom gave him the opportunity to encourage deeper learning in his science classroom.
Belinda Furman

Building relationships takes time, but worth the effort

Grant County's Belinda Furman, the 2018 Kentucky Elementary Teacher of the Year, says it takes a lot of effort to build relationships with students, but it's vital for students to succeed.
This is a picture of the Longbranch Elementary School building.

Honoring Sophia by helping a wish come true

The teachers and students at one Boone County school turned their grief of losing one student into a schoolwide project - and learning experience - to help someone else.
Kellie Clark

Looking for inspiration? Just look up

Boone County's Kellie Clark, the 2018 Kentucky Teacher of the Year, says inspiration for new classroom lessons can come from anywhere if you are willing to look.