Spotlight on the GA DEN LC: Monique Liles

GA DEN LC Blog Chair – Monique Liles

Monique has been with the DEN for four years, and has 6 years of teaching experience. She is a special education teacher, and works with students with emotional behavior disorders. She is an advocate for bringing youth from at-risk to at-promise status, and is the State Coordinator for the National At Risk Education Network (NAREN). She also serves on the executive committee for the Georgia Council for History Education (GCHE). She teaches Biology, Physical Science, and Chemistry, and is the Great and Effective Lead Teacher (GELT) for science at the Flint River School in Clayton County. She is also a Geography Consultant for the Carter Center Library and Museum, and has worked as a consultant for the Richmond County Board of Education in Augusta, GA to create lesson plans to accompany the video series American History Through Southern Eyes. Monique is an avid user of technology in her classroom. She earned an M.S. in Educational Media Design and Technology from Full Sail University in 2010, and an M.S. in Cognitive Science and BrainSMART Instructional Strategies from Nova Southeastern University in 2009. Monique lives in Hampton with her husband Eric, their two children, their dog, and their cat. In her spare time, she loves to blog, chat with her friends on Facebook, read, learn new and interesting things, take photos, travel, and spend time with her family and friends. You can contact her at mliles201@gmail.com

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  1. Celeste Sprinz

    for the Richmond County Board of Education in Augusta, GA to create lesson plans to accompany the video series American History Through Southern Eyes spy cameras

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