Keisha Evans, a Wheatley High School teacher, was “Caught in the Act” of delivering great instruction during a sophomore geometry class toward the end of the 2014–2015 school year. An HISD video crew, along with Secondary Curriculum and Development Officer Annie Wolfe, surprised Evans and her students, and captured the video below.
The “Caught in the Act” video campaign was started by HISD earlier this year to recognize highly effective teachers who are delivering instruction that will lead to students becoming Global Graduates — young men and women who possess the skills necessary to ensure success in college and the ability to compete in today’s global workforce.
Throughout the coming school year, the HISD video team, along with Wolfe or Chief Elementary Curriculum and Development Officer Lance Menster, will be dropping in on classrooms to observe and point out examples of effective instruction based on the six qualities of the Global Graduate profile: productive, a leader, a responsible decision-maker, a skilled communicator, a critical thinker, and a college-ready learner.
Teachers can be nominated for the video series by school offices, chiefs, principals, and teacher development specialists. To nominate someone, please send an email to HISDcia@houstonisd.org.
We would like every member of Team HISD to act as a “Caught in the Act” or CIA agent. So when you see great instruction going on after school starts on Monday, Aug. 24, take a picture and share it with us on social media using the hashtag #HISDcia.
Great Job Keisha!!!
Keisha Evans is a consistent educator and professional who models why she has been “Teacher of the Year” at Wheatley High School. She inspires me daily and I admire her work ethic. It’s no surprise she was “Caught in the Act.”