There’s no better way to learn than from the expert herself.
Beth Davey is a kindergarten through fifth grade music teacher at Iveland Elementary in St. Louis, Missouri. She is also 2018 Missouri Teacher of the Year.
She was awarded the prestigious title early last year by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).
Davey has been active on her professional Twitter and Facebook about the need to work on weaknesses and celebrate the strengths of Missouri public schools.
The mission of the Missouri Teacher of the Year Program is to honor, promote and celebrate excellence in the teaching profession, according to DESE.
Davey will be speaking about her love of teaching and offering advice on April 26 from 10:30 a.m. to noon in Hill Hall, Room 001. This event will highlight all of the rewards a career in teaching can offer.
Dr. Stephen Kleinsmith, 2018 Missouri Superintendent of the Year, and Dr. David Hough, dean of the College of Education, will provide opening statements.
The event will conclude with a panel of Missouri State notable faculty and community members.
For more information about the event, browse the calendar event.