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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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The saying, “you never know where life takes you!” is a reflection of Lisa’s teaching career. Her teaching experience spans from Kindergarten to Middle School. In addition to teaching, Lisa’s out-of-the-box thinking and love for math guided her toward becoming an author. To date, she has written and published 18 children’s math books and looks forward to writing more. Currently, Lisa teaches 4th and 5th grade science and math.

Categories: Behavior Management, Classroom Community, Classroom Design, Classroom Environment, Classroom Space, Managing Classroom Procedures (2C), Managing Student Behavior (2D), Model Classroom, Elementary, Organizing Physical Space (2E), Procedures & Routines, Service Learning, Technology
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Tina Cook is a graduate of Saint Leo University. She began her teaching career in Inverness, Florida at Inverness Primary. She then moved to Hillsborough County and has taught at Mintz Elementary, Symmes Elementary and is currently a Science Resource Teacher at Burney Elementary in Plant City. She has been a Title Reading Teacher, and has taught every grade level except Kindergarten. She fell in love with teaching science in the classroom. Based on her love for science, she decided to challenge herself professionally and become a Science Resource Teacher. She now teaches, plans and models and coaches in science all day. The philosophy “You can’t reach a child’s mind until you have reached their heart” still continues to push her to teach every day and give her best.

Categories: Bulletin Boards, Character, Classroom Community, Classroom Management, Elementary Science, Managing Classroom Procedures (2C), Mentoring Students, Procedures & Routines
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Pamela Czekaj graduated from Michigan State University. She has been teaching in the Hillsborough County School District for 9 years. She is currently teaching at Kenly Elementary School as the Academic Intervention Specialist. Her previous teaching experiences were in First Grade at Cleveland Elementary School (1 yr) and Foster Elementary School (7 yrs). Her professional accomplishments include: 2011-2012 Teacher of the Year nomination, 2011 National Board Certification, and 2014-2015 Ida S. Baker nomination.

Categories: Bulletin Boards, Classroom Community, Classroom Environment, Classroom Space, Creating an Environment of Respect & Rapport (2A), Demonstrating Flexibility & Responsiveness (3E), Engaging Students in Learning (3C), Establishing a Culture for Learning (2B), Managing Classroom Procedures (2C), Mentoring Teachers, Procedures & Routines, Professional Learning Communities (PLC), Reflecting on Teaching (4A), Using Assessment in Instruction (3D)
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Categories: Behavior Management, Classroom Management, Co-Teaching, Differentiating Instruction, Early Childhood, Early Exceptional Learning, Elementary Reading, Managing Student Behavior (2D), Model Classroom, Elementary, Procedures & Routines, Reading Assessments & Data Usage, Reflecting on Teaching (4A), Special Education
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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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Mrs. Laura A. Johnson is currently the Media Specialist at LaVoy Exceptional Center. Prior to this, her teaching career began as a classroom teacher at West Tampa, Grady, and Temple Terrace Elementary schools. It was at Temple Terrace that she made the transition to the Media Center. Following Temple Terrace, she was the Media Specialist at King High School. She left King to return to her elementary roots at Sulphur Springs. The opportunity at LaVoy opened up and Laura decided to stretch herself professionally.  She loves being at “the little school with a lot of heart”. Mrs. Johnson is the queen of organization. She doesn’t go anywhere without her planner. She has been a trainer for Professional Development and ACP since 1997. During her years with Hillsborough County, she has served on many district and school committees. Mrs. Johnson became a National Board Certified Teacher in 2004 and has achieved renewal.

Categories: Co-Teaching, Community Building, Contact for Areas of Expertise, Literature Programs (FRA, BOB), Managing Classroom Procedures (2C), Mentoring NBCT Candidates, Mentoring Teachers, Organizing Physical Space (2E), Procedures & Routines, Reflecting on Teaching (4A)
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Categories: Designing Student Assessments (1F), Elementary Mathematics, Engaging Students in Learning (3C), Instructional Coaching, Mentoring Teachers, Procedures & Routines, Reflecting on Teaching (4A), Using Assessment in Instruction (3D), Using Questioning & Discussion Techniques (3B)
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Angela became a National Board Certified Teacher in 2002 and recertified again in 2012. In her 18 years of teaching, she has taught numerous grades including 5th grade for the last 10 years.She has been awarded Teacher of the Year twice in her career; in 2003 at Dickenson Elementary and again in 2010 at Carrollwood Elementary. She was the Reading Contact Teacher at Carrollwood for 4 years and has been a active member of the Student Adivsory Counsel. In addition, for the past 8 years she has been the Beta Club Sponsor at her school.

Categories: Behavior Management, Classroom Community, Classroom Environment, Classroom Management, Communicating with Students (3A), Communications, Community Building, Demonstrating Flexibility & Responsiveness (3E), Engaging Students in Learning (3C), Procedures & Routines, Reflecting on Teaching (4A), Student Leadership
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