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This teacher mixes current affairs with history in a laid back classroom.
Today's Golden Apple recipient is a first grade teacher for Mountain Lake Elementary School.
This week's Golden Apple award winner is calling it a career after an incredible 40 plus years of teaching.
Kim Bartholomew now teaches at the same school she once attended as a student.
Schlueter began his career as an at–risk teacher, he then moved to the special education department before beginning his current job as a social studies teacher where he has become known for a special teaching method.
It took all but a couple months to make an impact on his new students and earn a nomination for a Golden Apple Award.
Her upbeat energy keeps these first graders engaged. During lessons, she cleverly coerces the class into concepts that are above their grade level.
She does it all, from teaching 4th grade, to leading the robotics club, and even running the school's daily TV Newscast.
Hands on learning is something 4th grade teacher Matt Lewis has focused in on through his years in the classroom. He believes students learn better when actually doing it themselves.
This amazing teacher really puts herself into her students' shoes. Her classes are energetic and she makes sure to meet all her students' needs.
While she isn't new to teaching fifth grade, she is new to Mankato. This is her first year teaching at the school.
Along with teaching history, he was the school's head football coach for 27 years.
Music teacher Michele Metzger has been teaching most of her high school band students for 13 of her 20 years at Nicollet Public Schools.
Tonight's Golden Apple award winner has us going to Truman, Minnesota. This kindergarten teacher has been laying the educational foundation for children at Truman Schools for the last 21 years.