Jessica Anderson selected for PBS LearningMedia Lead Innovator

Posted by Jeanine Schoessler on

We are pleased to announce that, after a nationwide search, Jessica Anderson, who teaches at Powell County High School, has been selected as one of only 30 educators to become a Lead Innovator in the PBS LearningMedia service. She is one of the most innovative teachers we know and we couldn't be happier to be represented by someone of her caliber!


About PBS LearningMedia Lead Innovators

The selected teachers will be rewarded with yearlong professional development opportunities that includes one-of-a kind virtual trainings with a focus on innovative instructional strategies and digital best practices, access to premium and exclusive resources from PBS LearningMedia Custom, invitations to special events, access to a free PBS TeacherLine professional development course, membership into a robust professional learning community, and networking opportunities with other innovative educators and thought leaders. In addition, PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators will receive ongoing support from their local PBS member stations.

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