Instructor: Brandi Farrow

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Brandi Farrow grew up in the small town of Farmington, MO. She had a love for Art and went to Southeast Missouri State University as an Art major. It was during this time that she fell in love with education. Her passion for helping others learn led to a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. She also holds a master's degree in Educational Administration. Since that time, she has continued to follow her passion of helping others. She is currently a 5th grade Reading teacher in Farmington and a leader in the district, earning District teacher of the year in 2014. She has served as CTA President, vice president, and works with several committees throughout the district to improve curriculum and instruction. She is currently leading the way in the district's 1:1 program, designing new and engaging ways to teach kids with the powerful technology tools now at their disposal. Brandi's husband is a principal for the Cape Girardeau school district and they have 2 children, Aiden and Sophie.


Classes by this instructor


T&L 2900: VIR: Professional Growth to Improve Instruction

This course takes a look at professional growth in education. We look at the steps necessary for instructional improvement in the classroom, technology resources to improve instruction, effective research in the area of professional growth, reflective practices, and use of social media as a Professional Learning Network.


April 1, 2018 to April 1, 2023