How to get your students excited and eager to learn
Stay ahead of the curve, foster professional development with reflective ideas and insights
Educating yourself and seeking out professional development opportunities should be a continuous goal you strive for. Learn additional insight on how to constructively look at your teaching practice – regardless of years of experience – and design purposeful lessons for your students.
Your Professional Development Never Stops
Teachers are already putting these strategies to use in classrooms today!
About the Authors
JENNIFER HUYNH has over ten years of professional experience working as both a teacher and an administrator.
She possesses a diverse background in teaching at secondary and post-secondary levels, communications, public relations, instructional leadership, and program management. Ms. Huynh believes that it is the fundamental right of any child, regardless of background, to receive the highest quality education in the most thriving and positive community possible.
She proudly served on the Martin Luther King Jr. Multicultural Council, a nonprofit organization advocating for diversity and student empowerment.
FOX ROBINSON has over ten years of professional experience working in education.
Fox has been a frequent motivational speaker, speaking to youth, sharing personal experiences with a goal of empowering and motivating students to be not only successful in school, but successful in life.
Mr. Robinson believes that educators have the unique opportunity to make an impact and affect student outcomes by creating an engaging environment for students to thrive in.
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