World View Recognizes CCS Teachers
World View Recognizes CCS Teachers 07/08/2020
Congratulations are in order for the following Cabarrus County Schools teachers who have been recognized by the National Humanities Center and UNC World View:
- Jennifer Nichols, Spanish teacher at Cox Mill High School has been selected to serve on the National Humanities Center 2020-21 Teacher Advisory Council.
- Leslie Roberts, Music teacher at Weddington Hills Elementary School who participated in the UNC World View Global Music Fellows Program and created a 3-5th lesson that has been selected by Smithsonian Folkways to be posted on the official Wu Fei and Abigail Washburn album page.
Jennifer Nichols (CMHS) has led Professional Development sessions for Cox Mill High School and Cabarrus County Schools, in addition to working with the UNC World View program that equips K-12 and community college educators with global knowledge. The Teacher Advisory Council supports the Education Department of the National Humanities Center for a one-year term of service.
Leslie Roberts (WHES) was one of 12 educators selected to participate in the 2019-20 UNC World View Global Music Fellows program cohort. The UNC World View Global Music Fellows Program provides an interdisciplinary professional learning experience designed to enhance Fellows’ global competency skills for integrating music into classroom instruction. The 2019-20 Global Music Fellows Program focused on the Wu Fei and Abigail Washburn album.
We are proud to have amazing teachers who lead by example and raise the bar at Cabarrus County Schools!