Grace Nall is a National Board Certified Teacher who enjoys the "teaching moment" experiences from her students that keep her inspired. In addition to currently teaching elementary education, she is also a Curriculum Designer of Teacher Resources and a writer. Grace enjoys collaborating with colleagues. Literature comes alive outside her classroom walls and she has organized author visits and NEA's Read Across America events. “The best and most memorable things in the world cannot be seen or even touched — they must be felt with the heart.” – Helen Keller
"Tell me and I'll forget. Show me, and I may not remember. Involve me, and I'll understand." - Native American Saying
National Board Certified Teacher Common Core Standards, District Curriculum Design Team 2013 Walker Elementary Teacher of the Year Fellow, Library of Congress Teacher Institute Fellow, Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute Fellow, Phil Mickelson/EXXON Mobil Math and Science Teacher Academy Co-Authored with Dr. Priscilla Porter in the article, "A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Using Primary Sources to Enhance Content Knowledge."-Published in the 2012 Annual Edition's Social Studies Review, the official journal for the California Council for the Social Studies.
BA, Journalism and Health Science (Minor-Literature) MA, Education (Reading Specialization) MA, Education (Instructional Leadership)
Common Core Standards: Grace Nall has developed curriculum aligning to the Common Core Standards, including interdisciplinary connections to technology. She is a member of the Common Core Curriculum Design Team for a school district. Please visit www.TeachingSeasons.com