For the past twenty years, Lynn Jaworski has taught social science for a nationally recognized northwest suburban high school district. During this time, she has worked with a variety of students at various academic levels. Her classroom instruction includes Advanced Placement, English Language Learners and prep level students. Mrs. Jaworski’s instructional techniques have not only been shared throughout her school district, but she also has presented at various professional workshops and conferences. She graduated with honors from the University of Illinois at Chicago with a B.A. in History and a minor in Secondary Education. She also holds two master degrees, one in History and the other in Educational Leadership from Northeastern Illinois University.
In addition, her leadership extends well beyond the high school classroom. As a National Board Certified educator, Mrs. Jaworski is currently responsible for coordinating the school district’s gifted program. In her role as coordinator, she was instrumental in redesigning and implementing the inaugural summer enrichment program for the gifted population across the district. Her previous work also includes supervision and evaluation of student teachers for the University of Illinois at Champaign. In this role, she created and implemented weekly seminars for novice educators while also hosting lunch and learn workshops for cooperating teachers throughout the district.