About the teachers contributing to classroom strategies

Teachers contributing to classroom strategies

We are Teachers contributing to classroom strategies, committed to using different teaching strategy to enhance learning. These strategies help students to understand the different concepts we try to teach. We will try to use this website how these strategies are useful, and we explain explicitly how the strategy should be used. We also try to demonstrate, , modeling, and follow-up independent practice are critical factors for the success of each. Student discussion following strategy instruction is also helpful. Some of the strategies or ideas we use to make learning fun are: making songs out of what the students need to learn.

About the teachers contributing to classroom strategies

Mrs. Sherry A. Johnson

Mrs. Sherry A. Johnson

Mrs. Sherry Johnson, M.ED is the consummate educator, who is passionate about empowering individuals of all ages to step away from negativity and to believe in their dreams. This mother of three is a motivational speaker, author, song writer and playwright. She has presented keynote speeches in Jamaica and the United States employing her high quality and high energy teaching methods. Prior to migrating to the United States with her husband Dr. Paul Johnson, Sherry taught high school students (grades seven to eleven - Social Studies, History and English). Her love as an educator continues in the United States where she teaches in Cy-fair ISD for over ten years and is currently pursuing the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership/Curriculum and Instruction.
In 2008, while serving at a Title 1 campus, she was named the Spotlight Teacher of the Year due to her willingness to collaborate with others and to meet the needs of At-risk students. After transferring to another campus, she was honored once more as the Spotlight Teacher of the Year for 2013-2014. Sherry has been serving as a Model Teacher for Exemplary Elementary Math Instruction for Cy-fair ISD. In this capacity, coupled with being a teacher-leader and instructional strategist on her campus, this creative and data-driven educator has conducted staff development workshops and has mentored and coached teachers in differentiating instruction, using Quantum Learning Techniques and Whole Brain Teaching Strategies. On June 9, 2015 she was a Gap Elimination Measures Grant (GEM Grant) Presenter at the Rigor, Relevance and Relationship Teacher Conference held at the Berry Center.