A math teacher at Admiral Farragut Academy, Jessica strives to create lessons that connect to her student's lives. She motivates her students with a teaching methodology that includes Kahoot, kinesthetic learning, and peer-teaching.
Mr. Moore teaches math at Admiral Farragut Academy. He offers his students learning experiences both in and out of the classroom. His innovative teaching methodology includes sailing with trigonometry and scavenger hunts.
A math teacher at Berkeley Preparatory, Verla uses her innovative creativity and takes students on a trip back in time to a 1980's - themed escape room. The student's objective is to correctly solve all the math problems or risk being stuck in the 1980s forever.
A veteran math and science teacher at Canterbury School of Florida, Meredith uses virtual reality to allow students to take a tour through the anatomical systems. Students observe food digestion, cramping of a muscle, and the stages of a heartbeat.
Tiffany is a science teacher at T.B. Robinson High School in Tampa. Her innovative teaching methodology includes a grant-funded research field trip. Back in the classroom students are engaged with a walk-through of the circulatory system.
As a ten-year veteran teacher H.B. Plant High School, Robert wrote the Hillsborough County Public School's AP biology curriculum. Working out of his garage, he founded and established the school's first competitive robotics program.
Stacia is a lifelong learner who teaches science at the Tampa Preparatory School. As department chair, she provides instruction in chemistry, forensic science and chemistry of art. A true innovator, Stacia took her students to the woods of North Carolina for an outdoor lesson.
An outdoor enthusiast, Julie teaches AP environmental science at Tampa Bay Tech. Her innovative lessons allow students to solve real-world problems. She often takes her students outdoors to learn. Her favorite class project tasks students with designing a sustainable city.