My Dear Watson is a (teacher and librarian) wife and (graphic designer) husband duo. The teacher, Ginny, has 12 years of teaching experience in third and fourth grade at a Georgia School of Excellence and 2 years teaching experience, grades K-5 as a librarian. Ginny has serves on Leadership Team and is her school building contact for PAGE (Professional Association of Georgia Educators). The husband, Michael, has 20 years experience working in graphic design agencies with 10 years in Brand Marketing, for a major sporting goods company. He is skilled in painting and sketching, and is learning photography.
Ginny likes students to remember that imagination and exploration are important. She likes students to learn through questioning, research, and technology. Both she and Michael know that there is often more than one answer to a question and more than one way to solve a problem. Both believe that school should be engaging and fun!
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Our Educations: Ginny- Bachelor of Elementary Education from The University of Alabama Masters in Learning, Design, and Technology with certification in School Library Media from The University of Georgia Michael- Associate of Arts from Gainesville College Bachelor of Fine Arts from The University of Georgia
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