Math teacher Terri Germany says the numbers don’t add up right now. She wants to purchase 150 graphing calculators since 150 juniors are tak…
This week’s One Class at a Time winner might be used to this winning feeling.
Muhammad, a teacher at Bush K8 school, says many of her students cannot afford supplies.
This week’s One Class at a Time winner is a teacher who wants to use robots to help his students’ careers.
“Computers are mind tools, and I think we need to get our students more engaged with technology, not just to make presentations, but to get …
This weeks One Class at a Time winner goes to a PE coach finding unique ways to motivate his students.
This week’s One Class at a Time winner goes to a teacher, who, when the time came, decided to reinvent herself.
Fourth grade math teacher, Anna Theros gets a little help in making sure her students keep up with the times.
Freeman teaches first grade at Parrish Elementary School. She really enjoys reading to her class – so much so, that you could call it a pass…
Melissa Copeland cares so much about her students, that she’s willing to try just about anything to get them interested in science.
Lisa Carden was really excited. She wasn’t only for excited for another day of school. She was excited to hear the words “You’ve just won $1…
The signs are everywhere. Good things are happening at Concord Elementary School in Bessemer.
Kellie Maluff is this week’s recipient of WIAT 42 News’ One Class At A Time grant program.
This week’s winner of the One Class At A Time grant went to a teacher at Moody Middle School.
One of the signs in Solie Walker’s class reads: “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.”