Stories of Online Student Success during the Pandemic
This seminar focuses on the power of collective efficacy to support success by connecting with students through the course of the pandemic with engaging behaviors, actions, and attitudes. Participants will hear inspirational stories of student achievement and increase their awareness of best practices in utilizing CTE for competencies and implementations.
Asynchronous Teacher, Texas
Paula Life joined Proximity Learning, Inc. as faculty member in 2020. During her time in Florida and Georgia over the past 18 years. She served as an Administrator, Teacher, STEM Educator Consultant, and Adjunct Professor. Paula earned her Bachelor’s of Science at University of Georgia. Master’s in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University, and currently pursuing a Doctoral Degree. She focused on preparing the schools’ students for intellectual discovery, integrity and purpose-concentrating on the classroom experience and increasing faculty professional development and instilling best practices throughout her journey as an educator.
As, a secondary educator in Florida and in Georgia, her extensive experience with curriculum design, team building, program oversight, and teaching experience in lower, middle, and upper school equip her with a valuable skill set and perspective. She gained extensive insights into the needs of learners by supporting educational initiatives at all levels (K-12), collaborating on curriculum standards, and providing unique solutions to increase depth of knowledge. I believe that all students can learn and I value exploring how students can learn, and we must ignite the confidence within them to achieve greatness!”
Paula engages in civic leadership (educational boards and committees) to continue to invest in the educational community. Aside from her educational duties, she mentors middle and high school youth at her local church. She resides in Georgia with her family.