Tar Heel Teachers at Home is a weekly videocast focused on engaging North Carolinians in conversations about education. Each week, a panel of educators interview a guest(s).
In this videocast, the Tar Heel Teachers chat with the 2020 Marvin R. Pittman Champions for Education: Tonya Fletcher, support staff recipient and digital learning/media innovation facilitator at Franklin Elementary in Surry County, Dr. Pamela Walthall, administrator recipient and principal of Vick Elementary in Wilson County, Cara Wolford, support staff administrator recipient and K-12 curriculum and professional development coordinator for Kannapolis City Schools, and Aimee Trawick, volunteer recipient and PTO president at Cartoogechaye Elementary in Macon County.
This week’s panel:
- Moderator: Marlow M. Artis, Creator, Chief Content Purveyor, & Executive Producer of Tar Heel Teachers. Twitter: @TarHeelTeachers
- Elementary School Panelist: Amy Tart, 5th Grade Math/Science Teacher in Clay County Schools. Twitter: @Cards4Scholars
- Middle School Panelist: Dr. La’Chandra Parker, EC Inclusion Teacher at the Innovation Academy at South Campus in Johnston County Public Schools. Twitter: @ceeceecnc
- High School Panelist: Mika Twietmeyer, Biology Teacher at Riverside High in Durham Public Schools. Twitter: @MikaJHunter
- Support Personnel Panelist: Yasmeen Robbins, Assistant Principal at Terry Sanford High in Cumberland County Schools. Twitter: @robbinseducates
- Tonya Fletcher (Support Staff Recipient & Digital Learning/Media Innovation Facilitator at Franklin Elementary in Surry County). Twitter: @tonya_nc
- Dr. Pamela Walthall (Administrator Recipient & Principal of Vick Elementary in Wilson County). Twitter: @VickPanthers
- Cara Wolford (Support Staff Administrator Recipient & K-12 Curriculum & Professional Development Coordinator for Kannapolis City Schools). Twitter: @carawolford
- Aimee Trawick (Volunteer Recipient & PTO President at Cartoogechaye Elementary in Macon County).