Kendall Moen is a seasoned teacher with eleven years of teaching and coaching experience. She has had a variety of teaching experiences which gives her greater insight and ability to relate to a diverse range of students and teachers. Kendall has spent time teaching inner-city elementary students, middle school students at a charter school, highly capable students at a public junior high, at-risk high school students in an online setting and is now working as an adjunct faculty evaluator at the university level in addition to her job teaching junior high science. Kendall is also teacher facilitator and trainer for a science curriculum company. She is passionate about bringing excitement to the learning process for her own students, and hopes to inspire the teachers she works with to do the same. Kendall holds her undergraduate degree in education from Pacific Lutheran University, master’s degree in education and best practice instruction from National University, and a specialist’s certificate in Character Education and Leadership from the University of San Diego. She is dedicated to continuing her education and has earned her professional teaching certificate through Pacific Lutheran University. In addition, she is a trained and certified A.V.I.D. and G.L.A.D. teacher. She was also a three-year participant in the Seattle Science Writing Project led by Betsy Fulwiler. She continues to take classes on anything and everything she can find that applies to her teaching and is currently working on mastering the Marzano and Danielson Teaching Frameworks to help teachers make their way through the evaluation process with less stress. Kendall considers it a true honor to share her “tips of the trade” with other teachers as a colleague, presenter and consultant
Fun, of course! I am passionate about creating a positive and engaging learning environment through differentiated instruction and humor. I laugh at myself daily and enjoy being "real" with my students. There is no room for "I" in my classroom, it's a "we" thing. Through collaboration and teamwork, we all learn and grow together.
Yet to be added
Yet to be added
Please visit my website too! There you'll find even more teaching ideas and information! www.KendallMoenTeachingSolutions.com