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Jennifer Hedrington

2021 Massachusetts

Teacher of the Year

My strengths are classroom management, cultural responsive interactions/teaching, conflict resolution, student engagement, and bringing 7th grade math to life.

Things about me that others may relate to: Haitian-American, Christian, Cis-gender Female, Law school graduate, one of a handful of teachers of color in my district, and do not have a Math Education degree.

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Maggie Murphy

2020 North Carolina NW Region

Teacher of the Year

I love working with teachers (especially beginning teachers). Offering inspiration, engaging lesson plans, using data to inform instruction & boosting morale are just a few of my strengths.

My passions are global education, SEL, and creating a love for the teaching profession!

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Tom Jenkins

2021 Ohio State Finalist
Teacher of the Year

I have a long history of working with educators, higher education, and private industry developing curricula. I've also successfully mentored  student teachers. 

Knowledge of science standards and the engineering design process are a few of my strengths.

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Dr. Andy Jackson

2021 Alabama 

Teacher of the Year

I am a general education teacher with special education degrees and experience. I have an NBCT in Exceptional Needs Specialist and an Ed.D. in the behavioral health field.  

I enjoy providing PD on classroom management in the gen. ed setting for children with mental health challenges, and strategies for collaborating between special education and general education staff.

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Maya Kruger

2020 Minnesota

Teacher of the Year Finalist

I excel when helping teachers find their voice, passion, and place in education.

Whether it's developing projects, moving towards PBL, incorporating social justice, tackling big discussions, building student efficacy and competency, ensuring curriculums and projects are appropriate for ELLs and students on an IEP, going gradeless, using standards-based grading systems or designing spaces to create functional classroom routines that inspire student empowerment and teacher manageability...I can help!

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