Teaching history during a pandemic is very difficult, especially in an elementary school where math and English language arts are the top priority. But the fight over which subject should receive the most instructional time doesn’t need to take place any longer.
This is part of a series of posts from nominees
for our LifeChanger of the Year educator recognition program. We meet scores of
fascinating LifeChangers every year who have interesting perspectives to share
about children, education and life.
For Casey Bethel, 2017 was quite a memorable year. Not only was he recognized as the Georgia Teacher of the Year, he was also named a finalist for the LifeChanger of the Year award, part of National Life’s K-12 educator recognition program. (more…)