Caroline Yetman, M.Ed.

Caroline Yetman is a twice certified National Board Teacher.  She received her undergraduate degree in education from the University of North Carolina, and her M.Ed. in Middle Level Education from Winthrop University, where she studied under Barbara Blackburn.  

 

In addition to over 20 years of teaching experience, Caroline worked as a Social Studies Education Associate in the Office of Standards and Learning for the South Carolina Department of Education. 

 

She has extensive experience as a teacher-leader, writing curriculum for her school district and a local educational consortium, becoming a charter member of the Corps of Mentor Teachers at Winthrop University and co-teaching the training class for that project, chairing the Professional Development Committee and Program at Sullivan Middle School, and presenting at national conferences.

 

Her workshops showcase her depth of experience in education and she translates her experiences into practical ways teachers and leaders can make a difference in their classrooms and schools.