Ten of LaRue County’s teachers have achieved National Board for Professional Teaching Standards’ certification. We’ll take a look at their philosophy and the hard work required to become ‘the best.’ This week: Meet Lisa Drake
By Ron Benningfield
Tuesday, April 16, 2013 at 3:34 pm
For LaRue County Middle School physical education teacher Lisa Drake, progressing through the national board certification process has given her an opportunity to look inside herself to improve her teaching.
“This process forces one to look in a mirror and analyze what you are doing in the classroom, critique yourself, and make adjustments when what you are doing isn’t directly affecting student achievement,” she said.
One important thing she soon grasped was that listening is every bit as important as speaking.
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