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Biographical Info

Mary Lou Andrews was certified in AYA Mathematics in 1999 and recertified in 2009. She received her BS in Math from the University of Tampa and MEd in Math Education from the University of South Florida. Mary Lou taught at Brandon High School for 19 years, and has been at Armwood High School since 2003, where she has held the position of Math Dept head since 2004. She has served as a trainer in the district and through CTA, mentored NB candidates since being certified in 1999, and currently serves on the NBCT Superintendent Advisory Council.

Categories: Demonstrating Knowledge of Students (1B), Designing Coherent Instruction (1E), Managing Classroom Procedures (2C), Procedures & Routines, Reflecting on Teaching (4A)
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B

Categories: BYOD, Classroom Community, Cooperative Learning, Creating an Environment of Respect & Rapport (2A), Demonstrating Knowledge of Students (1B), Designing Coherent Instruction (1E), Designing Student Assessments (1F), Establishing a Culture for Learning (2B), Reflecting on Teaching (4A), Using Questioning & Discussion Techniques (3B)
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Biographical Info

Ms. Cook certified in 1999 and renewed through 2019. She has taught since 1991 and has been nominated for Teacher of the Year three times. In addition to her Elementary certification, she is also certified to teach Specific Learning Disabilities, K-12, and ESOL. Over the years, she has taught many classes for National Board candidates, mentored many candidates, and continues to support the goals of National Board. Ms. Cook is the Secretary/Treasurer for the Hillsborough Classroom Teachers Association and is the Chair for the Hillsborough NBCT Council Network.

Categories: Character, Classroom Community, Classroom Environment, Creating an Environment of Respect & Rapport (2A), Demonstrating Knowledge of Students (1B), Managing Student Behavior (2D), Mentoring NBCT Candidates, Reflecting on Teaching (4A)
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Biographical Info

Krista Fielder is currently the Reading Resource Teacher at Webb Middle School. She is National Board Certified Middle Childhood Generalist November 2002-2022. She has taught 2nd-8th grades in all subjects since 1993 in Hillsborough County. She earned her Master’s Degree from USF in Adult Education in 2003. She represented HCPS as a presenter at the NSDC conference in Washington, D.C. for NBPTS on Urban Systemic Change. Ms. Fielder was elected Teacher of the Year at Webb Middle School for the 2012-13 school year.

Categories: 1:1 Computers, Behavior Management, Character, Classroom Community, Communications, Cooperative Learning, Demonstrating Knowledge of Students (1B), Model Classroom, Middle
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G

Categories: Classroom Design, Classroom Space, Creating an Environment of Respect & Rapport (2A), Demonstrating Knowledge of Students (1B), ESOL, Managing Classroom Procedures (2C), Managing Student Behavior (2D), Organizing Physical Space (2E), Procedures & Routines, Professional Learning Communities (PLC), Reflecting on Teaching (4A)
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S

Categories: Character, Classroom Community, Classroom Environment, Classroom Management, Classroom Space, Communicating with Students (3A), Complex Reading in the Content Area, Cooperative Learning, Creating an Environment of Respect & Rapport (2A), Demonstrating Flexibility & Responsiveness (3E), Demonstrating Knowledge of Students (1B), Establishing a Culture for Learning (2B), Using Questioning & Discussion Techniques (3B)
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Categories: Behavior Management, Character, Classroom Community, Classroom Environment, Communicating with Students (3A), Cooperative Learning, Creating an Environment of Respect & Rapport (2A), Demonstrating Knowledge of Resources & Technology (1D), Demonstrating Knowledge of Students (1B), Designing Coherent Instruction (1E), Engaging Students in Learning (3C), Framework for Teaching, Managing Student Behavior (2D), Mentoring NBCT Candidates, Mentoring Students, Mentoring Teachers, Model Classroom, Elementary, Using Questioning & Discussion Techniques (3B)
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