Amber Bramlett is a university-level education instructor from Arkansas. She spent nine years in the public education system, teaching language arts, history, creative writing, science, and engineering. Bramlett has a master of arts degree in Excellence in Teaching (with an emphasis in gifted and talented education) from Harding University. In August 2018, Bramlett will be rewarded an MSE in Educational Leadership from Arkansas State University Jonesboro. Bramlett also taught STEM-based professional developments at educational cooperatives around Arkansas. She also presented at the 2015 HSTI Conference in Hot Springs, and the 2015 International STEM Education Association in Branson, Missouri.
As an educator, my main goal is to help students think critically about the curriculum; build a foundation of useful and substantial content knowledge; reflect and give constructive feedback to others, and keep track of all their successes in the classroom. My educational philosophy is that students learn best when engaged and interested in the curriculum. It is my job as a facilitator to make sure that specific goals are accomplished on a daily basis. I am also a proponent of the blended classroom with a heavy use of educational technology and currently teach in that manner. I maintain my classroom goals by consistently using strategies such as cooperative group work; journaling; technological and project-based learning assignments, and the implementation of real-world problems.
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Bramlett has a master’s degree in Excellence in Teaching, with an emphasis in gifted and talented, from Harding University. She recently completed a building leadership degree from Arkansas State University.
Bramlett lives on the Little Red River with her husband (who is also a science teacher) as well as their two sons. She is currently writing a novel which ties narrative with science and archeology.