Recently, the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Foundation published two videos featuring our Piedmont Cohort 1 Fellows.
The first showcases Daron Martin, a teacher at Lanier High School in Gwinnett County, and includes images of other Cohort 1 Fellows, Daron's Host Teacher, Dr. Margaret Rohrbaugh, and the Fellows working with Piedmont School of Education faculty member, Dr. Candice Southall.
The second features commentary from Curriculum Director, Lynn Rambo and Project Director, Julie Palmour along with clips of our Cohort 1 Fellows, including Leslie Dunham and Tyler Kinner, both teachers at Meadowcreek High School, also in Gwinnett County (note that the featured Fellow in this second video is from Indiana).
Our Cohort 2 Fellows are very busy working in their Host Schools and with Piedmont Faculty as they continue the transformation from STEM experts to STEM professional educators.
Individual stories and highlights will follow but, for now, here's a visual of their myriad experiences this semester!
Check out our Fellows and their amazing Host Teachers below: