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This week Matthew Moore
talks with veteran junior high science teacher Jen Brummer about starting over at a fresh school well into a successful career. Mrs. Brummer is a teaching veteran of 19 years in the science classroom, but this year she began a new chapter at a new school. We discussed what it is like to move from a long term teaching job in one junior high to take on the challenges of teaching in a different district with new colleagues. What does it feel like to be the new kid on the block? How does the attitude of the staff at the new school impact and affect that transition. Join us as we discuss being the new kid on the block.
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Jen Brummer is a science teacher of 19 year experience. She is an engaging educator with an excitement for science and love of junior high students. A great opportunity to make a transition provided this wife and mother a chance to start junior high in a new district.