“We can shift the way things happen at your school.”
Brenda Watt has been an educator supporting individualized instruction and progressive quality education for all since 1982. Brenda taught in the Webster Groves School District for 18 years working as a classroom teacher, a gifted/technology resource teacher and a teacher of third through fifth grade gifted students.
Brenda moved on from there to teach in the Ladue School District at Reed Elementary for three years as a gifted/enrichment teacher. After teaching at the elementary level for 20 years, she began teaching at Maryville University. She has taught graduate and undergraduate level courses in the education department including supervision of practicum students. Brenda has enjoyed all of her teaching positions, and welcomes the opportunity to encourage the innovative integration of technology at ITEF. Brenda is greatly inspired by the hope and belief that students and teachers can be entrepreneurs in the classroom, and that such thinking is a necessity when preparing children for the future.