How Has Being a Presenter Impacted Your Own Professional Growth?

How Has Being a Presenter Impacted Your Own Professional Growth?

Presenters for our elementary and middle school courses introduce teachers to an approach that will help them grow as educators, but our presenters will be the first to tell you that that growth is a two-way street: they get as much out of the experience as the course participants. In this installment of The Presenter’s Point of View, our presenters share some of the ways taking on the presenter role has enriched their own teaching practices.

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Check out previous installments of The Presenter’s Point of View video series here, here, and here.

The consulting teachers who participated in this video series are:

  • Melanie Barbas, lead teacher for Classroom Culture in the Colonial School District, Delaware
  • Katie Bass, classroom teacher in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire
  • Nicola Bragger, second grade teacher at the Lodge Lane Infant School, Norfolk, UK
  • Alicia Cardina, consulting teacher for Center for Responsive Schools
  • Natalie DiFusco-Funk, third grade teacher at West Salem Elementary School in Salem, Virginia
  • Megan Florentine, kindergarten teacher in Nashville, Tennessee
  • Suzy Ghosh, second grade teacher in Fairfax County, Virginia
  • Lisa Dewey Wells, teacher at the Naval Academy Primary School in Annapolis, Maryland
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