Career Compass Teacher Awards

eDynamic Learning

Knowledge Matters

Thank you for your interest in the eDynamic Learning Career Compass Awards!

We look forward to celebrating the finalists and winners at our Streamline Instruction Professional Development Event May 21, 2022.

As a teacher founded company, we take great pride in helping schools engage students in the discovery of new and unique career fields through our digital curriculum. Our mission is clear –to enable schools to give students opportunities to tie their interests and skills to rewarding professions. Discovering one’s unique skills, talents, and interests is the path that enables students to find success in school, college and/or career.

We know that teachers, like you, make the biggest difference in the lives of their students every day, and this is our opportunity to recognize and celebrate your success.

The eDynamic Learning Career Compass Award honors teachers using eDynamic Learning or Knowledge Matters simulations to help guide students in their career discovery, keep them engaged, and prepare them for their future.

Career Compass Awards 2022

Congratulations to the Finalists!

Finalists Using eDynamic Learning Digital Curriculum Include:

Susannah Azzaro

Pennsylvania Distance Learning Charter School, Pennsylvania
Hospitality and Tourism

Jennifer Badeaux

Orange County Virtual School, Florida
Health Science

Summer Highfill

Oregon Charter Academy, Oregon
Hospitality and Tourism

Terry Kass

Lake County High Schools Tech Campus, Illinois
Education and Human Services

Rebekah Kitchin

Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District, Alaska
Electives Curriculum

Paula Life

Proximity Learning, Texas
Information Technology, STEM, and Engineering

Jennifer Lewis

DeSales High School, Kentucky
Information Technology, STEM, and Engineering

Sheryl Prather

Azle High School, Texas
Arts, A/V, Technology, and Communications

Natalie O'Meara

Orange County Virtual School, Florida
Information Technology, STEM, and Engineering

Carrie Woods

Orange County Virtual School, Florida
Electives Curriculum

David Marks

David Marks

Lake County High Schools Tech Campus, Illinois
Education and Human Services

Glenna Rutan

Orange County Virtual School, Florida
Electives Curriculum

Kimberly Schor

Kimberly Schor

Branson School Online, Colorado
Arts, A/V, Technology, and Communications

Nancy Ortner

Nancy Ortner

Visions in Education, California
Health Science

Finalists using Knowledge Matters Simulations From eDynamic Learning Include:

Bryan Bernacki

Portage High School, Indiana
Knowledge Matters Simulations for Finance

Yoelin Cabrera-Fernandez

Southwest Miami High School, Florida
Knowledge Matters Simulations for Finance

Lou DiCesare

West Irondequoit Central School District, New York
Knowledge Matters Simulations for Marketing

Halee Porter

Northside High School, Texas
Knowledge Matters Simulations for Hospitality and Tourism

Wendy Grote

Divide County High School, North Dakota
Knowledge Matters Simulations for Business

Noureddine Lalami

Freedom High School, California
Knowledge Matters Simulations for Business

Michelle Le

Panther Creek High School, North Carolina
Knowledge Matters Simulations for Marketing

Lesly McBride

Colonial Heights High School, Virginia
Knowledge Matters Simulations for Hospitality and Tourism

Amy Sullivan

Cedar Crest High School, Pennsylvania
Knowledge Matters Simulations for Business

Ryan Dockter

Griggs County Central School District, North Dakota
Knowledge Matters Simulations for Marketing

Renee Rouleau White

Washington High School, Washington
Knowledge Matters Simulations for Finance

Prizes

NOMINEE AWARDS

The finalists will be recognized at the eDynamic Learning Career Compass Award virtual ceremony on Saturday, May 21st, 2022. A no-cost Professional Development event will take place before and after the ceremony for school districts who want to learn more about eDynamic Learning and Knowledge Matters curriculum for in-class, blended learning, online learning, or best practices for utilizing digital curriculum and resources.

FIRST PLACE AWARD (ONE (1) WINNER IN EACH OF THE CATEGORIES) RECEIVES THE FOLLOWING:

  • A $5,000 dollar Curriculum Grant for the winning teacher and their students at the school they are teaching at during the 2022/2023 school year
  • Complimentary eDynamic Learning Online Professional Development 2 hour webinar workshop for up to 25 participants AND one (1) self-paced eDynamic Learning Professional Development course license for the teacher (must be utilized within one (1) year of winning the award)
  • A laptop for the teacher (provided by May 21st, 2022)
  • A featured story about the winning teacher and their class program on eDynamic Learning website in 2022.
  • Teacher featured on the eDynamic Learning website and included in a press release (May 2nd, 2022)
  • A gift box of appreciation from eDynamic Learning (provided by May 21st, 2022)
  • Award trophy (provided by May 21st, 2022)

 

*The $5,000 grant award is valid for one (1) school year and is not available in the form of cash or a refund. The grant funding can be used toward the license of eDynamic Learning and/or Knowledge Matters curriculum, and/or Professional Development services.

RUNNERS-UP AWARDS (FOR EACH OF THE CATEGORIES):

  • Featured on the eDynamic Learning website (May 2nd, 2022)
  • Recognized at the eDynamic Learning Career Compass Award virtual ceremony (May 21st, 2022)
  • One (1) self-paced eDynamic Learning Professional Development course for the teacher (must be utilized within one year of winning the finalist award)
  • A gift box of appreciation from eDynamic Learning (provided by May 21st, 2022)
  • Award plaque (provided by May 21st, 2022)
  • $50 dollar Amazon Gift Card (provided by May 21st, 2022)
For more information:

Email: careercompassawards@edynamiclearning.com

Social: #CareerCompassAwards