Carly Baldwin, NBCT

Carly Baldwin, who is National Board certified, teaches at Boyd County High School and has taught for eight years. She is a Future Problem Solvers coach. Baldwin is highly involved in developing teacher leadership, as demonstrated by her involvement in Hope Street Group, ECET2 and Classroom Teachers Enacting Positive Solutions (CTEPS). She earned a bachelor’s in biology from Murray State University and a master’s in education from the University of Tennessee at Martin.
Teacher-led professional development leads to innovation
Carly Baldwin, NBCTDecember 20, 2016

My professional journey actually started when I was born.   My mom was a middle school math teacher for more than 30 years. She is a National Board certified teacher and one of the first Presidential Award of Excellence for Math and Science Teaching (PAEMST) winners. Many vacations were taken around math conferences and professional development opportunities. These car rides included finding and raising Monarch caterpillars and solving math word problems for fun.   I just assumed that’s what teachers did; they taught their students and never stopped learning or improving their craft. So when I started teaching, I became…

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