Past Teacher Fellows

Thank you for participating in continuing education with the Museum and Memorial
02/28/2017

To ensure the lessons of the Great War are shared with future generations, the Museum is dedicated to providing continuing education opportunities for teachers designed to enhance their students learning experience. We would like to thank our teacher fellows who have joined us for workshops, seminars and other professional development opportunities in recent years.

2016-17 Fellows

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Modern photograph of a small group of adults posing for a picture on the glass bridge of the Museum.

Randall Griffis — Tahquamenon High School (Newberry, MI)
John Heeg — Robert Frost Middle School (Deer Park, NY)
Carol Huneycutt — McNair Middle School (Fayetteville, AR)
Bruce Mize — West Point High School (West Point, MS)
Kevin Painter — South Gibson County High School (Medina, TN)
Sean Redmond — Santiago High School (Garden Grove, CA)
Ardyth Watson — Feyetteville-Manilus High School (Camillus, NY)
 
Also pictured:
Lora Vogt, Curator of Education, National WWI Museum and Memorial
Cherie Kelly, School Programs Manager, National WWI Museum and Memorial
 

 

2015-16 Fellows

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Modern photograph of a small group of adults posing for a picture in the entrance lobby of the Museum.

Mike Davis — Southeast Community College (Lincoln, NE)
Larry Dexter — Westwood High School (Phoenix, AZ)
Cameron May — Frontier School of Excellence (Kansas City, MO)
Todd Peeler — Cleveland Early College High School (Shelby, NC)
Will Schmadeke — Grant Community High School (Fox Lake, IL)
Laurie Tafoya — Cornerstone Christian School (San Antonio, TX)
Jennifer Turner — Carl Hayden Community High School (Phoenix, AZ)
 

 

2014-15 Fellows

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Modern photograph of a small group of adults posing for a picture inside the Edward Jones Research Center.

Steve Argo — Baraboo High School (Baraboo, WI)
Megan Berry — Abilene High School (Abilene, KS)
Jessica Chacon — Woven Teaching, Inc. (San Francisco, CA)
Rosemary Conroy — St. Luke’s Catholic Middle School (Shoreline, WA)
Gena Marker — Centennial High School (Boise, ID)
Will Reimers — Trevor Browne High School (Phoenix, AZ)
Richard Silberg — Martin Luther King Middle School (Berkeley, CA)
Kurt Skinner — Colorado Springs Christian School (Colorado Springs, CO)
 

 

2013-14 Fellows

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Modern photograph of a small group of adults posing for a picture on the glass bridge inside the Museum on a very sunny day.

Gena Arriola-Salas — Pioneer High School (Whittier, CA)
Michael Barton — Greater Lowell Technical High School (Tyngsborough, MA)
Chris Bobal — Lee’s Summit High School (Lee’s Summit, MO)
Laura Dobrin — Nansemond-Suffolk Academy (Suffolk, VA)
Jeanne Hamacher — Lake Park High School (Highland Park, IL)
Tom Howard — Cherry Hills High School East (Cherry Hill, NJ)
Dustin Keltner — Wellsville Middle School (Lawrence, KS)
Catrina Pelton — Maryville Middle School (Maryville, MO)
Brian Thompson — Cardozo Senior High School (Washington, DC)
 
Also pictured:
Lora Vogt, Curator of Education, National WWI Museum and Memorial
Mark Gudgel, Co-Director of the National WWI Museum and Memorial Teacher Fellowship Program, 2012‑14
 

 

2012-13 Fellows

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Modern photograph of a small group of adults posing for a photo on the terrace of the Liberty Memorial with the Kansas City skyline in the background.

Lisa Adeli — Center for Middle Eastern Studies, University of AZ (Tucson, AZ)
Tim Garner — Centennial High School (Ankeny, IA)
Laura Huffman — Cannon School (Concord, NC)
Beth Hurley — Southern Middle School (Aberdeen, NC)
Casey Knight — Kaohsiung American School (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)
Valerie Person — Curritick County High School (Barco, NC)
Brad Veile — Lakeside High School (Plummer, ID)
Mindy Wright — Lincoln Southwest High School (Lincoln, NE)
 
Also pictured:
Lora Vogt, Curator of Education, National WWI Museum and Memorial
Mark Gudgel, Co-Director of the National WWI Museum and Memorial Teacher Fellowship Program, 2012‑14
Annie Lewis-Jones, National WWI Museum and Memorial Intern, 2012
 
 

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