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Back to Basics: Focusing on the Foundation of Teaching and Learning

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Story Source: EdSurge ~ Go to Original Article

Weston Kieschnick didn’t enter the world of education through a traditional route. In fact, he originally planned to pursue law enforcement on a federal level. But while participating in a ride-along one day, he had an epiphany. What if the best way to help people was to reach them before they touched the criminal justice system? What if he could make a difference by ensuring that kids had reliable adults—parents, teachers, coaches—to count on?

This was the first major pivot in Kieschnick’s career, but it wouldn’t be his last. As an educator, his ability to distill key information and engage learners of all ages was recognized by administrators early on. So, after less than two years in the classroom, he was tapped to take on a bigger role. Thus began his transition, from teaching high school students to focusing on their teachers….…………………………