Kimberly Feldman

Kimberly Feldman
Grade 9
Oakland Mills High School
Howard County

Kimberly Feldman received a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Master of Education degree from the University of Georgia. She began her career as one of two high school teachers in a Yupik Eskimo village (population 350) on the coast of Alaska in 2000. She has taught in Howard County for four years where she has achieved National Board Certification, helped develop curriculum materials, and presented numerous professional development workshops. Her articles have been published in English Journal and English Education. As a teacher, Kimberly focuses on creating a safe environment where struggling students can discover themselves through reading and writing. She serves as senior class sponsor, and also organizes community clean-ups and volunteers as a tutor of underprivileged students.

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