2020 Washington State Teacher of the Year Amy Campbell is bringing her equity and inclusion-focused mentality and innovative teaching strategies to the WSSDA Annual Conference.
Washington State 2020 Teacher of the Year Amy Campbell believes in the power of inclusion, where everyone can participate in learning together and experience diversity as an asset. Campbell’s life mission in life is to change the way people view people with special needs are viewed and change the way people with special needs see themselves.
As a teacher of students with significant learning challenges, Campbell collaborates with staff, parents, and the community to develop individualized plans that focus on each student’s unique skills, abilities, and interests to help them find their place among their peers in the school community. Amy does not live in a world of deficits. She lives and teaches in a world of possibilities, potential, and opportunities.
After earning her master’s degree in teaching, Amy realized her deep passion for supporting students with unique learning needs and returned to school for an endorsement in special education. She has been teaching at Helen Baller Elementary School in the Camas School District for 12 years.
Join us as we reimagine how to take the best of K-12 public education and make it even better at WSSDA’s Annual Conference on November 18-21, 2020. Register now to take advantage of early-bird registration.