This educator may not teach in a conventional classroom, but he's sharing lifelong lessons on how to stay healthy with his high schoolers. This gym teacher with gusto is our Teacher of the Week.
Patience, understanding and love. The best qualities of all teachers. But are they enough to teach students with special needs? For our Teacher of the Week, the answer is yes! Plus you need motivation and a desire to watch them progress and embrace learning.
Nathaniel Johnson took his time getting to his career as a teacher, but once he started his goal was to teach his kids to face the world with caring hearts. Now, after 17 years as a teaching assistant, he is a certified teacher of second grade at Gregory School of Science, Mathematics and Technology. He's shaping young minds to face the future with manners and a goal to be tomorrow's leaders.
Life has plenty of twists and turns. Some of its challenges are easier than others, but it’s all about being able to handle what's thrown at you.
The first day of kindergarten can be stressful for both students and parents, but Barbara Brewer knows just how to make sure everyone ends up happy.
School is back in session! As students and teachers start another academic year, we introduce to some of the most talented and influential teachers the Cape Fear region has to offer in Teacher of the Week.
As students and teachers finish up the last couple weeks of this academic school year, we honor the men and women named Teacher of the Week on more time.
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- Hoggard High School Drama teacher Alley Collins knows that the lessons in her class take her students far from the...
After stepping out of the classroom for to give birth to her second child, Brandy Conley is back at the head of her first grade classroom.