About Me

Hello and welcome!

I’d like to take a moment to introduce myself.  I am Dr. Shelley Montgomery.  I am an instructional coach/partner in the Southeastern US.  This is actually my second full year in this capacity.  I know I still have a lot to learn, but I absolutely LOVE what I do so it doesn’t really feel like a job at all 🙂

I received my doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from The University of Alabama~ ROLL TIDE!!~ 🙂  I also received my Ed.S. in Science Education from there as well.  Both my Masters and undergraduate degrees were earned at Samford University.

Before moving into the instructional coaching aspect of education, I was a a science teacher for 15 years at both the university and secondary levels. I have also taught some graduate education courses, as well as Anatomy & Physiology to nursing students.   Even though I have taught at several levels, my absolute favorite courses to teach have been high school Forensic Science and Human Anatomy and Physiology.  

Through this blog, I intend to share my experiences, as well as lessons, strategies, and whatever else I find interesting that relates to teaching.  🙂  Please feel free to comment or contact me.  I welcome suggestions and feedback.  I would also love to know if anything I post here is helpful to you in your classroom.

Thank you so much for stopping by 😛

Shelley

 

 

4 Responses to About Me

  1. Sommer Mullins says:

    I am so excited to have found your blog. Thanks for sharing resources. I will be pouring over your materials. Your resources are amazing! Thanks so much

  2. Debbi says:

    Did you get your one minute heart from an Anatomy in Clay PD? I know they have been doing this same thing for many years.

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