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Subjects Taught
Kindergarten

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Faith Robinson graduated from Lee University in 1995 with a Bachelor's Degree in Human Development with Teacher Certification. She received a Master's Degree from Lincoln Memorial University in 2004 (Administration and Supervision), and graduated with an Educational Specialist Degree (Curriculum and Instruction) in December of 2009.

Mrs. Robinson has been teaching for 20 years. She has experience teaching at both the primary and intermediate grade levels. Robinson began her teaching career at a private Christian academy in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and then moved to Bradley County Schools in 1998. She taught at Hopewell Elementary School for 15 years and joined the North Lee faculty in the fall of 2013. Mrs. Robinson currently teaches kindergarten.

Faith has received numerous awards during her teaching career, a few of which include, "Educator of the Week" by Chattanooga's News Channel 9, "Teacher of the Month" by WCLE, and Reading Renaissance Model and Master Classroom Teacher several years in a row. Mrs. Robinson has also written and received several grants (Maytag Community Innovation Award, Bradley/Cleveland Public Education Foundation, and State Farm) that have provided enrichment opportunities for students in her classroom which focused on the integration of the fine arts with both science and language arts. Faith Robinson has been invited to present her strategies for teaching and learning at the National Reading Renaissance Conference in Orlando and has also been a regular guest speaker at various workshops for teachers. Additionally, she has served on several state and local advisory panels (textbook, grade card, Tennessee standards, curriculum, and Constructive Response). Faith has received extensive technology training through a school grant and regularly employs the use of technology in classroom presentations and student activities.

Along with her husband, Faith Robinson is actively involved in the development and implementation of enrichment camps for students. The camps have been conducted in the United States and nations around the world.

Mrs. Robinson has been married to her husband for 20 years. They have two children who attend Bradley County Schools.

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