TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – A Kansas State University series called “Crash the Class” recognized one Topeka teacher’s classroom excellence.
Quincy Elementary School special education teacher Kathy Anstatt said Thursday afternoon to her students, colleagues, and staff at the K State University School of Education, as she was selected to feature in Kansas’ Crash the Class series. I was surprised by
The series selects nominated teachers who are also K-State alumni to feature in videos, tell their stories, and recognize their excellence as teachers.
Anstaett was nominated by Mrs. Crow, Principal of Quincy Elementary. According to her Debbie Mercer, Dean of University Education at K-State University, Crow submitted a very kind letter of recommendation explaining how Anstaett provides a welcoming environment for its students. It is said that he did.
“The intention of ‘Crash the Class’ is to advance the profession and honor early-career teachers,” Mercer said. was accepted for the PhD program because of the aptitudes she demonstrated, but Mrs. Crow made a great recommendation for her and spoke of the learning environment she created for her students. You are empowered.”
Each episode of the series can be found on the K-State College of Education website. We also have a nomination form if you would like to nominate a teacher for the series.
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