This week's BrandsMart U.S.A's Super Teacher heads up the drama program at Coral Glades High school. Ms. Sarah Amengual was a former Broadway actress and uses her talents to prepare her students for the big stage!
This week's BrandsMart U.S.A's Super Teacher goes to Mr. Ed Martin. The former pilot teaches an aviation program at Miramar High School. This program is the only one in the county that offers a dual enrollment program with Embry-Riddle, a university that specializes in aviation and aerospace. Mr. Ed Martin is really preparing his students for new heights!
This week's super teacher heads up the criminal justice operations program at J.P. Taravella High School in Coral Springs. He teaches his students the skills they need to pursue a career in law enforcement. He even gets active police officers to drop by and help out.
Mr. Gabriel Andrews is an engineering teacher at Stranahan High School. He heads up the school's drone program and has his kids competing at the district and state levels. And not only does he get them mentally sharp, he starts each class with a physical fitness routine to get his kids pumped. Check out how this super teacher has his students soaring to new heights.
Mr. Jason Freedman is this week’s Super Teacher! He teaches video game programming at Coral Springs High School. And, students are so great they've won multiple state championships!
Mrs. Kris Rine teaches art to over 200 students at Plantation High School! And she uses her platform to inspire the kids to embrace their uniqueness and creativity. Plus, Mrs. Rine heads up several organizations outside the classroom that help her students feel better about themselves and connect with the community.
Move over Batman and Robin! There is a new super team in town! This week's Super Teachers are Mrs. Susie Ruder and Ms. Lauren Ruder from Griffin Elementary School.
2nd grade teacher, Mrs. Susie Ruder, works alongside her daughter, Ms. Lauren Ruder, who teaches kindergarten. Mrs. Ruder has written two children's books, which she reads to her 2nd graders and Ms. Ruder is a Make-A-Wish granter! These two are our heroes without the capes!
This week's Super Teacher is Mrs. Camille Edwards from Coconut Creek High School, where she teaches reading and serves as an academic coach. Mrs. Edwards places an emphasis on students' futures to get them motivated and excited for class. Vision boards and community involvement are just some of the key features that make her classroom dynamic.
This week's Super Teacher is Mrs. Callie Melton from Fort Lauderdale High School. Mrs. Melton teaches Fashion Design Services and her lessons range from sewing, pattern design, embroidery and more. Her students create original pieces for themselves, the school's staff and even prom outfits for fellow students. A teacher so good it's as if she's doing it all seam-lessly.
This week's super teacher is Ms. Sarah Beauchamp, who heads up the L.E.E.O program at McArthur High School. L.E.E.O stands for Linking Education and Employment Outcomes and Ms. Beauchamp prepares her students for careers as entrepreneurs and business leaders.
This week's super teacher is Ms. Carmen Pla, who teaches kindergarten at Hollywood Park Elementary School. Ms. Pla integrates nature into her classroom presentations to stimulate learning. She makes learning fun, interactive and dynamic.
This week’s Super Teacher is Mrs. Nedra Veasy from Margate Middle School, where she teaches 8th grade biology and advanced physical science. Mrs. Veasy uses hands on learning to bring science to life.
This week's Super Teacher from Driftwood Middle School has been to the White House six times and even played on the first U.S. Women's National Soccer Team!
We talked with her about her accomplishments and how she teaches her kids to stay in shape and healthy.