The question I am left with after all of this, is how do we create opportunities for this exposure and experience to new teaching methods/tools so that teachers feel comfortable and willing to challenge their current teaching methods?
Letitia Zwickert is currently a Social Studies Teacher at Naperville Central High School in Illinois, where she has taught International Relations, Ethnic Minorities in America, and World Cultures since 2008. In 2016, she served as the first K-12 educator to have ever been selected as a Fulbright-Schuman Scholar. In that role, she researched migrant and minority student integration and success in… Continue reading "Interview with Letitia Zwickert, K-12 Fulbright-Schuman Scholar and High School Teacher"
Impassioned by the opportunity to develop and deploy effective, innovative, and human centric solutions to both local and global challenges in education, Jacqueline Martinez has traveled and lived in places ranging from the Middle East, South America, Europe and South East Asia. Throughout her Undergraduate career, Martinez has experienced working in the public, private, and nonprofit sector, including the US… Continue reading "Interview with NetWings Corps Co-Founder, Jacqueline Martinez"