Kip Glazer

KipGlazerKip Glazer is a native of Seoul, South Korea, and immigrated to the United States in 1993 as a college student.  In 2002, she graduated Cum Laude from California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. She earned her Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Chapman University in 2004, while receiving her California Single Subject Teaching Credential in both Social Studies and English. Since then, she has earned additional teaching credentials in Health, Foundational Mathematics, and School Administration. Mrs. Glazer is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Education in Learning Technologies at Pepperdine University.

 

In 2003, Mrs. Glazer began her teaching career as a Social Studies and English Language Development teacher at the Santa Maria Joint Union High School District. She has taught a broad spectrum of English classes, ranging from English Development classes for Second-Language Learners to Advanced Placement English Literature classes for seniors.  Her Social Studies portfolio includes diverse subjects such as world history, U.S. history, government and economics. In 2006, she joined the Kern High School District in Bakersfield, California. She currently teaches senior English classes at Independence High School in Bakersfield, where she also serves as the Assistant Dean of Students. She has also worked for the Kern County Office of Education Migrant Program as a Pre-College Program writing instructor since 2008. In June of 2012, she taught a writing course at California State University, Bakersfield, as an adjunct instructor. In October 2012, Mrs. Glazer began working with the Digital Youth Network to connect her high school seniors with the sixth graders at three Chicago middle schools.

 

Mrs. Glazer also has a proven track record in coaching academic teams. In 2009, she won the Outstanding Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) Advisor Award for the State of California for her outstanding contribution to Arvin High School HOSA team that qualified for the HOSA Nationals. She has also written and won several grants from several renowned organizations such as Teacher’s Network Leadership Institute in New York, Santa Barbara County Office of Education and California State University, Chico. She is the current team leader for Independence High School’s Teachers’ Professional Development Grant funded by California State University, Chico.

 

Her other awards include The Korean-American Educational Award presented by the Los Angeles Korean-American Association for her volunteer work in the Bakersfield Korean community, and the International Women’s Day Award in Education from the Bakersfield International Women’s Association for her community involvement. In 2013, she was nominated for the Jim Burk Ford Foundation Teacher of the Year, representing Independence High School. She was named the Kern County Teacher of the Year in May of 2014.

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