Fresh Looks Part 2

Featuring two new teachers that came to NAI.

Mr. Clammer

Olivia Beining, Staff Writer

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Mr. Clammer, a graphic design teacher at NASH and now NAI, is one of two teachers featured:

Mr. Clammer

NAEye: Did you work at another school?

Mr. Clammer: I have worked at NASH for the last 19 years.

 

NAEye: What do you like about NAI?

Mr. Clammer: I enjoy meeting all the staff and students and not having a bunch of stairs.

 

NAEye: What don’t you like about NAI?

Mr.Clamer: To early to tell but everything seems positive.

 

NAEye: Was it easy to adjust to NAI?

Mr. Clamer: Yeah, it’s essentially the same thing I have been doing.

 

NAEye: Why did you become a teacher?

Mr.Clamer: I have always liked helping people and enjoyed working with people, the class I’m teaching here is the precursor to the class I teach at NASH

 

NAEye: What college did you go to?

Mr. Clamer: MED in art education from Charles University and a BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) from Tyler School of Art.

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Ms. Becker is a biology teacher who is new to the building.

NAEye: Did you work at another school?

Ms. Becker: I taught at Highlands for 9 years and gateway for 11.

 

NAEye: What do you like about NAI?

Ms. Becker: I like the friendly teachers, respectful students, and I like what I teach.

 

NAEye: What don’t you like about NAI?

Ms. Becker: There are really no negatives except that it’s a bigger school, so it’s harder to know the students.

 

NAEye: Was it easy to adjust to NAI?

Ms. Becker: Yeah, I think it was easy to adjust.

 

NAEye: Why did you become a teacher?

Ms. Becker: I became a teacher because I like the content, I like what I am teaching and I enjoy teaching and watching kids grow.

 

NAEye: What college did you go to?

Ms. Becker: Grove City for undergrad and Slippery Rock graduate.