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Teaching Ambassador Fellows 2008: Video Quotes
July 2008

Washington Fellows
Stephanie Canada, an elementary physical education teacher from Shawnee, Oklahoma, talks about what inspired her to became a teacher.
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Jonathan Eckert, a 7th grade science teacher from Franklin, Tennessee, describes his best moment in teaching.
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Steven Hicks, a kindergarten - 1st grade teacher in Los Angeles, California, relates the most important lesson he has learned as a teacher.
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Bobbi Houtchens, an English and English as a second language teacher from San Bernardino, California, identifies what she sees as the most important qualities a teacher should have.
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Julie Shively, a 4th and 5th grade gifted math teacher from Lawrenceville, Georgia, explains the most important lesson she has learned as a teacher.
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Classroom Fellows
Stephen Berbeco, an Arabic, U.S. and world history, and AP government and politics teacher in Charlestown, Massachusetts, describes his hopes for his students.
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Jennifer Cloud, a math teacher in Wakefield, Rhode Island, identifies what she sees as the most important qualities a teacher should have.
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Jeanine Gelhaus, an 8th grade science teacher in Medford, Wisconsin, recounts her best moment as a teacher.
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Amy Goodman, a middle school literacy expert in Anchorage, Alaska, describes her hopes for her students.
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Keil Hileman, a 6th - 8th grade American and world history teacher in De Soto, Kansas, talks about why he become a teacher.
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JoLisa Hoover, a 4th grade teacher in Leander, Texas, describes her hopes for her students.
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Hector Ibarra, a 6th - 7th grade science teacher in West Branch, Iowa, identifies what he sees as the most important qualities of a teacher.
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Cheri Isgreen, a kindergarten - 5th grade art instructor in Montrose, Colorado, points to the most important lesson she has learned as a teacher.
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Jensi Kellogg-Andrus, an AP and freshman biology teacher in Watertown, South Dakota, remembers her best moment as a teacher.
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Eric Kinne, an English and pre-AP English teacher in Fairfax, Virginia, discusses what he sees as the biggest issue in education today.
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James Liou, a 12th grade history teacher in Boston, Massachusetts, explains the most important lesson he has learned as a teacher.
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Maya Martin-Bugg, an 8th grade language arts teacher in Durham, North Carolina, talks about the most important lesson she has learned as a teacher.
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Nicora Placa, a middle school math teacher in Bronx, New York, identifies what she sees as the most important issue in education today.
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Tammie Schrader, a 7th grade math and science teacher in Cheney, Washington, talks about the biggest challenge she faces as a teacher.
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Luther Sewell, a 5th grade math teacher in Wilmington, Delaware, discusses his best moment as a teacher.
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Scott Sherman, a high school world history teacher in Brownsville, Texas, identifies what he sees as the most important qualities a teacher should have.
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Anne Claire Tejtel, an honors biology and health teacher in Baltimore, Maryland, describes the one thing she would change about her job, if she could.
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Stephanie Vickers, a 6th grade math and reading teacher in Independence, Missouri, identifies what she believes are the most important qualities that a teacher ought to have.
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Anna Walker, a 3rd grade reading and math teacher in Naples, Maine, tells what made her become a teacher.
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Kristina Walrath, a literacy specialist in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, explains what she sees as the most important qualities that a teacher ought to have.
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