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WW Perspectives Podcast: First-year WW Teaching Fellows on their experiences in Georgia

2015 WW Georgia Teaching Fellows Leslie Dunham, DaRon Martin and Tyler Kinner.

2015 WW Georgia Teaching Fellows Leslie Dunham, DaRon Martin and Tyler Kinner.

Three members of the inaugural WW Georgia Teaching Fellowship sat down with WW Perspectives to talk about their experiences in the program. The Fellows—Leslie Dunham, DaRon Martin, and Tyler Kinner—are all in the program at Piedmont College and spent their clinical years in Gwinnett County Schools. The WW Teaching Fellowship is a cutting-edge, university-based master’s program which recruits and prepares the nation’s best and brightest recent graduates and career changers with STEM backgrounds to teach in middle and high school science and math classrooms. Listen in as the Fellows talk about how the program has prepared them to lead their own classrooms starting in the fall.

Earlier this week, WW introduced the 2016 class of WW Georgia Teaching Fellows. Read more about the new Fellows here.


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