Etosha Kiah began teaching in Farmville, NC. She started teaching fifth grade at Sam D. Bundy, in the same school in which she completed her clinical internship. She then transitioned into teaching sixth grade at the neighboring middle school where she could continue building relationships with students and families. As a sixth grade teacher, Etosha taught math and science. As a sixth grade teacher at Farmville Middle School, Etosha was accepted into the Instructional Technology program at East Carolina University, where she earned her Master’s Degree. While working towards her Master’s degree, she also transitioned into the position of Instructional Coach at Farmville Middle School. After being an Instructional Coach for three years, she then moved into serving as an Instructional Coach with the NC New Teacher Support Program.
ECU – Elementary Education (K-6)
ECU – Master’s Degree – Instructional Technology (K-12)
Licensure/Areas of Expertise:
ECU – Elementary Education (K-6) ECU – Master’s Degree – Instructional Technology (K-12)