The December 2016 episode of CenterPoint features an interview with Caroline Mauldin. Caroline is the Executive Director of South Carolina Future Minds, a non-profit organization supporting public schools in our state.
This episode features an interview with 2017 SC Teacher of the Year, Jennifer Wise. We talk about what the experience of being the state's Teacher of the Year has been like, her platform, and other issues in education.
This episode features and interview with Jelena Popovic, a proponent of mindfulness in public schools. She has been working to promote the implementation of mindfulness programs throughout South Carolina.
This episode features an in-depth interview with Dr. Tammy Pawloski, Director of Francis Marion University's Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty. We discuss a wide range of educational issues focusing on improving the quality of instruction received by children of poverty.
This episode of CenterPoint features interviews with South Carolina's 2017 Honor Roll Teachers. These were the five finalists for SC Teacher of the Year. The interviews took place at the SC Teacher of the Year Celebration held at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center on the evening of April 20, 2016.
Shanna Peeples is the 2015 National Teacher of the Year. She spoke at CERRA's SC Teacher Forum on November 11th, 2015. This interview was conducted that evening.
This episode of CenterPoint features and interview with Suzanne Koty, the 2016 South Carolina Teacher of the Year.
In this episode, CERRA's Executive Director, Jane Turner, interviews Marcella Wine-Snyder and Todd Scholl about their experiences with CERRA's programs. Both were former Teacher Cadets and Teacher Cadet Instructors and now work for CERRA full-time.
This episode features an interview with Jenna Hallman, CERRA's Assistant Executive Director and Program Director for Collegiate and Service Programs. She discusses revisions to the state's mentor training and the Teaching Fellows application.
In this episode, SC Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman discusses her first six months in office, her vision for public education in South Carolina, and her ideas on teacher recruitment and retention.
This episode features interviews with Albert Robertson, Hunter Jolley, Kim Day, Suzanne Koty, Jeannie Durham, Daniel Oddo, Jennifer Ainsworth and Molly Spearman. All were in attendance at the 2015 SC Teacher of the Year Celebration. This was the 50th anniversary of celebrating South Carolina's top teachers. At the event, Suzanne Koty was named the 2016 SC Teacher of the Year.