Bradley Sasser

Bradley Sasser is an Instructional Coach for the New Teacher Support Program (NC NTSP) who supports beginning teachers in their professional and personal growth by promoting teacher advocacy and collaboration so teachers’ instructional practices benefit each individual student. Bradley believes that each teacher has the ability to craft a unique educational experience in their classroom that can provide a real-world connection between their content and the lives of students. 

Bradley has supported teachers in Pre-K classrooms all the way up to high school manufacturing courses. This wide array of experience has allowed him to collaborate with teachers and model how instructional strategies can be modified to meet all ages. These strategies may include hands-on activities or technology-based activities that provide in-the-moment data on where students are at in their learning. Currently, he is working toward improving outcomes for teachers working with students with special needs.

Bradley is trained in the Keys to Literacy, the Top Ten Tools related to LETRS, and a variety of other instructional coaching programs. Bradley holds a Bachelor of Science in Secondary English Education from East Carolina University.

When he is not coaching, Bradley enjoys spending time with his wife and their four rescue dogs, collecting comics, and watching movies.