Kimberly Moreno (CA '15) planned to become a doctor but thought she could make more of an impact in healthcare education. Her million-dollar dream: training the next generation of medical and nursing assistants, health care administrators and paramedics.
Summers as a camp counselor taught science teacher Nick Williams (CA '15) how to connect with his creative side, make kids feel welcome and turn work into play.
What lessons did Kendra Borden (RI '15) learn during her first year of teaching? Middle school students thrive on structure. And how students perform in the classroom may not be about the classroom at all.
In his first year, Peter Arseneault (CT '15) taught his students plenty about automotive tech, video production, robotics and construction. But his biggest surprise was how much he learned from them.
Bill Smithyman's students consider a "B" in his class a badge of honor, and that's the way Smithyman likes it. How does he want to be remembered? Tough but fun. Get to know Kansas's 2015-16 Milken Educator in this in-depth profile.
Figuring out how to get everything done while also being an effective teacher can be daunting. We’ve compiled some time-saving tips posted by other teachers to help you streamline your work so you can focus on the most important part of teaching — your students.
In the wake of the San Bernardino shootings, a child psychologist offers teachers important guidelines for talking about violence in the classroom.
Milken Educator Marisa Rivas (CA ‘09), principal of Ina Arbuckle Elementary School in Jurupa, describes how the recent terrorist attack in San Bernardino affected the staff and students at her school.
Milken Educators who served in the U.S. armed forces talk about how they use what they learned in the military in their classrooms.