Journal of the Effective Schools Project, Volume 18, 2011 Page: 70
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Beth Henderson is a December 2000 graduate from TSU. She has been
active in many forms of teaching which include: 1 year of 2nd grade self-
contained, 1 year of 3rd grade self-contained, 4 years of 2nd and 3rd grade
campus ESL Coordinator and Pullout instructor, 1 year as 4th grade princi-
pal on an exemplary campus in Tioga, TX as well as the District ESL Co-
ordinator, 1 year as 4th thru 6th grade Library Media Specialist and District
ESL Coordinator,3 years as a 2nd and 3rd grade principal achieving recog-
nized status as well as District Textbook Coordinator, and 2 years teaching
in the Pre- kindergarten level. She is currently the 2nd and 3rd grade Library
Media Specialist for Houston Elementary Sch. in Mineral Wells, TX,
working in her third year here.
Beth is a community supporter of the Chamber of Commerce and partici-
pates in the CFK Recycling program. She is being recognized because of
her accomplishment in her profession and especially for her many talents
that she possess and shares with her colleagues. Beth is always going the
extra mile to help those around her, whether para or professional, Beth is
always striving to work with all people and help them in whatever need
Robert Nation graduated from Tarleton in May 2010. As a PDIII student
he was a superb student, intern, class role-model, and class leader. While
teaching in a fourth grade classroom during week in the schools the teach-
ers he worked with couldn't say enough about his skills and ability to en-
gage the students. Watching him work with the teachers and students was
a pleasure. As a PDIV student teacher he was fabulous (mentor teacher!).
He worked hard to produce a quality Teacher Work Sample, but most im-
portantly he wanted the unit to be great for his students. His efforts are
reflected in the document.
This past fall Robert became a kindergarten teacher in Killeen ISD. He is
continuing to wow the administration, his colleagues, his students and
their parents with his skills as a new teacher. He continues to be a good
will ambassador for TSU! He is representing the teacher certification pro-
gram at TSU well.
Susan Nelson is an outstanding special education teacher who goes above
and beyond to create an appropriate learning environment for her students.
She works countless hours, nights and weekends, to create lessons that
help her students succeed. She is involved in many hours of staff develop-
ment to improve her skills as an effective educator. She is creative, tena-
cious and professional. She respects her students and their families. She
has breakfast with her students' families once per month. She is an inno-
vator in her field of special education and an asset to the faculty of Mary
Martin Elementary. Susan graduated from Tarleton in 2007.
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