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Mintie S. Saintsing, a teacher of academically gifted and learning disabled students at Piney Creek Elementary School in Alleghany County, is the 1995 winner of the Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching and Administration.
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3732
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Jean Goodman, who teaches at Alamance County's Western Middle School, is the 1998 winner of the Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching and Administration. The award, created in 1966, honors educational contributions of Terry Sanford.
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4131
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Linda Davis and Connie Jones, teachers at Enka High School in Buncombe County, have won the 1999 Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching and Administration. Davis, a vocational teacher, and Jones, a science teacher, teamed up to encourage students to incorporate technology in workforce development. Other finalists for the award were Kathy Bello (Pitt County), Jayson Duncan (Stokes County), and Sandy Clatanoff (Rutherford County).
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William J. Stinson, a teacher at J. H. Rose High School in Pitt County, received the Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching and Administration for the year 2000. Stinson's project engaged students in creating a video using video footage, special effects, music, and animation that promotes the school's academic, athletic, and elective courses.
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5301
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Dawnelle Hyland, a teacher at Chewning Middle School in Durham County, is the 2002 winner of the Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching. The award, created in 1966, honors the educational contributions of Terry Sanford. Other finalists were Margaret Conner (Forsyth County), Gloria T. Lawrence (Guilford County), and Pat Zimmerman (Dare County).
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NCAE News Bulletin (NoCar Oversize L 11 N822x), Vol. 32 Issue 5, May 2002, p10, por Periodical Website
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Meredith Knowles Abramson, a sixth-grade language arts teacher at Erwin Middle School in Rowan County, is the 2003-2004 winner of the Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching. The award, created in 1966, honors the educational contributions of Terry Sanford. Abramson received the award for her creation of a project that combined photography, creative writing, and computer technology to help students develop their writing skills. Other finalists were Allison Rollinson (Dare County); Deanna Cook Shue (Cabarrus County); and Patricia Harrison Taylor (Nash/Rocky Mount).
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NCAE News Bulletin (NoCar Oversize L 11 N822x), Vol. 34 Issue 5, Apr 2004, p10, por Periodical Website
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7152
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James Brooks of Wilkes County is the 2005 winner of the Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching and Administration. Two other finalists in the competition were Angles V. Currin, a teacher at the Concord Middle School in Cabarrus County, and Cynthia C. Rigsbee, who teaches at Chewning Middle School in Durham County. Currin developed a pen-pal program in an attempt to increase her students' reading and writing skills. To provide her students with high-interest reading material, Rigsbee wrote the book SHOOTING STAR.
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7151
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James Brooks, who teaches at Wilkes County's West Wilkes High School, is the 2005 winner of the Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching and Administration. Brooks' award was for his development of a photojournalism class. The Sanford award, created in 1966 and now considered the NCEA's most prestigious award, honors educational contributions of Terry Sanford.
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