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2019 Partners in Education Luncheon - Kurtis Hewson   PASSWORD: North
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Jennifer Keay

Hilltop High School
Social Studies Teacher
Whitecourt, Alberta
Passionate about democracy and committed social studies teacher, Jennifer has dedicated her career to instilling passion for the democratic process and grooming today's youth for educated participation in active citizenship. Jennifer recently completed her Master of Education degree in Social Studies Curriculum and Instruction. Often, Jennifer's classroom takes a turn on the political side, discussing controversial topics that face high school students and citizens of the world. These conversations inspired her to work outside her comfort zone to have students analyze what the consequences of voter apathy are. Jennifer's classroom is technology based with a focus on critical thinking, Project Based Learning (PBL) and takes a semi- flipped approach. Recognizing the role formative assessment plays in building critical thinkers, problem solvers and engaged citizens, Jennifer constantly addresses the needs and interests of her students. Through data collection, observation and research; Jennifer has developed a classroom that is meaningful, relevant and exciting for students. One of the most rewarding things Jennifer has experienced as an educator is seeing former students at the polling station, using their democratic rights to voice their opinion.