In this episode of the Prep Period Podcast, 2021 WA-ACTE Teacher of the Year, Jodi Jacobs, reveals one of the key ingredients to her success: teacher collaboration.
Jodi shares examples of how she collaborates with other teachers (CTE and non-CTE) to add value to her classes and engage students in a whole new way.
Listen for teacher collaboration tips you can implement in your class today!
Jodi Jacobs is a 19-year CTE Teacher and has been awarded the 2021 WA-ACTE Teacher of the Year. She is currently teaching at Cascade Sr. High School in Everett, Washington. As a CTE teacher, she has taught in the Business and Marketing, Information Technology, and Family and Consumer Sciences pathways.
In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Jodi serves as CTE Department Head, DECA Advisor, and the head Cross Country coach.
Jodi is the Everett Public Schools Business and Professional Services Program facilitator, serves on the CTE Teacher Leadership Team, chairs the Business and Professional Services Program Advisory Council, and is a member of the CTE General Advisory.
Jodi is involved with the Washington Association of Marketing Educators (WAME) and holds BS degrees in Administrative Management and Business Education and has a Masters Degree in Educational Technology.
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