By Team iCEV on March 18, 2021 at 11:39 AM
Each month, we spotlight a teacher who has gone above and beyond to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to be successful through innovative and outstanding teaching methods. We are excited to recognize Brittinie Johnson as the March iCEV Teacher of the Month.
Johnson received her bachelor’s degree in nutrition, dietetics and food service from the University of North Florida. Upon graduating, she began working as a substitute teacher and instantly fell in love with education. While she was substituting, the family and consumer science educator at Baker County High School retired, which offered the perfect opportunity for Johnson to fulfill her dream of becoming a teacher.
Motivated by her passion for making a positive impact in her students' lives, Johnson designs her courses to help students learn responsibility, teamwork and industry related skills.
“My inspiration to teach comes from my students," said Johnson. "I love them. I am that teacher who never stops thinking about how to impact their lives in and out of the classroom, whether it is trying to teach them to make better life decisions or teaching values.”