Jordanna Kisber, a recent graduate from the University of Georgia, holds her T-4 teaching certificate from the Georgia Professional Standards Commission. At the University of Georgia, Jordanna Kisber specialized in early childhood education, graduating cum laude with her bachelor’s degree in December 2013.
Kisber enters the teaching profession with several years of practical experience, having spent two years as a student teacher at Clarke County School District and Judia Jackson Harris Elementary Charter School of Athens, Georgia. During these practicums and student teaching opportunities, she developed lesson plans and taught classes alongside the school’s faculty. She taught a wide variety of subjects, including math, social studies, and language. One of her major accomplishments consisted of a two-week science unit taught to third graders.
In addition to her skills as an educator, Jordanna Kisber brings extensive medical response training to her role. She possesses certifications in first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automatic external defibrillator (AED) use.