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Hunter, Sally, Austin, Texas.

Sally Hunter

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Sally Hunter is a National Board Certified Teacher who has taught across the elementary grade levels for 30 years.  Her passion in teaching and writing curriculum has always been using primary sources, artifacts, and simulation experiences that empower students to make vital connections to their own strengths, to the people of the past, and to the power they have to impact the future through their own actions today.

Hunter has trained teachers and presented at conferences across the country including National Council for the Social Studies and The Model Schools Conference.  Recognition for her work includes selection as National Council for the Social Studies Elementary Teacher of the Year (2010), Outstanding Teacher of the Humanities (2009), and Gilder Lehrman Preserve America Teacher of the Year for Texas (2009).  She currently teaches Fourth Grade at Highland Park Elementary in the Austin Independent School District, Austin, Texas.

Email: shunter@austinisd.orglsmicklin [at] comast [dot] net

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