GOOD Guide to Great Teaching:
Learn About What Works In The Classroom
What can one teacher do to change the face of education in America today? How about six teachers? University of Phoenix and GOOD Education bring you, "The Good Guide to Great Teaching," spotlighting six inspiring teachers who are finding new and engaging ways to reach their students. Find out what's really happening with students today as these teachers go above and beyond the call of duty, fighting for their students, and sometimes against public perception, to deliver knowledge and inspire their students to become lifelong learners.
An elementary school teacher, Corzo has taught for more than 20 years and was recently named 2011 Hispanic Teacher of the Year.
President of the Science Teachers of Missouri, German received the 2011 Distinguished Teaching Award by the National Science Teachers Association.
Maebori is a ten year teaching veteran of high school English and was named the 2011 Washington State Teacher of the Year.
The 2011 Michigan Teacher of the Year, social studies teacher Ragatz also received the 2008 Microsoft Innovative Teacher Award.
California math teacher Thill was recently recognized as the NAIS Teacher of the Future and was a 2011 National Teaching Award finalist.
A member of the Board of Directors for the Center for Teaching Quality, Vilson is a New York-based teacher and education activist.