Two Santa Rosa City Schools teachers are featured in the latest Sonoma County Office of Education "SCOE Bulletin," a publication for educators in Sonoma County's 40 school districts. James Monroe Elementary 6th grade Teacher Mike Persinger provides strategies to help foster engagement in the classroom. Herbert Slater Middle School English Teacher Jaime Hamilton shares how focusing on connecting to students enhances the students' ability be engaged with the content they are learning. Read more in the March 2019 SCOE Bulletin.
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