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Top Voted Educator of the Year Articles

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The 'write' to Learn
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My nomination for Educator of the Year goes to Mrs. Cicchini of Veterans Memorial Intermediate School in Vineland, New Jersey. It is not very easy to find a loving, caring teacher, not to mention a teacher who really teachers the subject well.... (more »)
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That First Fall Day
I sat staring out of our classroom’s four large, parallel, windows; their rich wood framing a stunning view of campus. The green lawns flourished, and the earthly colored leafs smoothly rippled by the windows in a gust of wind. In the... (more »)
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An Inspirational Person To The Heart
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An inspiring art teacher, Ms. Mota should be educator of year. She keeps her word. She always has time to help her students. She fights for what she wants. Ms. Mota does many things that are inspiring to all. Ms. Mota is one of the first... (more »)
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A Guide, a Teacher, A Friend
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I love Geography, but I used to hate it. I moved out to Utah (Park City) not knowing what to expect. I had heard it was IB, that everything was strict and boring and hard but I judged way too fast. I was wrong. I thought I was going to be hated... (more »)
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Lawrence A. Weber - Social Studies Teacher
Lawrence Weber has been my social studies teacher for two years now, and it didn’t take me long to realize how amazing he is. My class knows he is truly dedicated to his work and to the teens he teaches. Once you’ve spent one period in his... (more »)
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Mr. Williamson
History sucks! Every high school student hates history. Mr. Williamson realized that and decided he would take a different approach to teaching. Mr. W. would tell stories for most of the hour and we thought we weren’t learning anything. And,... (more »)
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Educator of the year- Mr. Albers
As juniors and seniors, we are masters at spotting the good and boring teachers. We can practically tell the difference on the first day of school. Some teachers work exactly by the book and you can predict what events are going to take place that... (more »)
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Cindy Frohmader
Classes in high school are different than middle school and sometimes it can be awkward. Not if you Have Ms. Frohmader. Her teaching style is laid back, so it’s easy to transition to high school and get adjusted. She had this thing that we’d... (more »)
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Mrs. Sharp Listens (for real)
The best teacher I have had the privilege of being taught by was my sophomore English teacher, Mrs. Sharp. The class had certain freedoms that I was not allowed in other classes. When a report was assigned, I was allowed to pick the topic. In all... (more »)
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Christie Klun-Business Law
A wife, teacher, and daughter; these are a few things she is to people. Out-going, talkative, and stylish is what her students know her as. Mrs. Christie Klun has her own unique, interesting and engaging teaching style that makes her stand out... (more »)
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Mrs. Jorgensen-Choir
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It was a typical Monday morning, right after a choir concert and people were tired but we tried to be as focused as possible. We knew if we slept we would get into major trouble so then, for some reason, I heard a familiar tune in my head that... (more »)
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Debra Johnson-Dahrouge, Composition, Neptune High This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
English was always easy for me, but that changed the first day I walked into Mrs. Johnson-Dahrouge's class. I'd heard rumors from former students: they said she was strict and intimidating, that her class was impossible to pass, and that I was... (more »)
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Silly English Class
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Everyday I wake up to the annoying alarm on my cell phone. Just another day at school. It's not until third period I get a smile on my face. My favorite Language Arts teacher, Mrs.Kathleen Corbello always finds a way to make her class laugh.... (more »)
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Educator of the Year Essay
For many high school students, including myself, the journey to discovering academic strengths can be tedious. In fact, it was not until my junior year that I came across my academic strength—Spanish. Had it not been for my Spanish IV... (more »)
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when i first learned
When my mom signed me up for the all girls English class my sophomore year, I wasn’t too excited about it. I am not very good at grammar and I wasn’t very interested in improving my skills. However, I enjoyed reading and writing. My... (more »)
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An Educator to be proud of
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Such a great name for such a great person. Mrs. Dimitrova first came to the united states of America from Bulgaria knowing little English. She got a job bagging groceries so that she could learn English and then took to being a bus driver. She... (more »)
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