Mrs. Dalton is the Gifted/ STEM Teacher and Enrichment Coordinator at Liberty Intermediate in England. She received a BSE in Elementary Education, a Masters in Instructional Design and Technology, a Masters in Special Education/Gifted, certification in ESL, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. Randi has won numerous grants, awards, and honors including the 2015 Gilder Lehrman DoDEA History Teacher of the Year. She has presented workshops at the local, regional, national, and international level in multiple states and countries.

Outside of DoDEA, Randi taught in Africa and America, was a contracted assistant ecology instructor for field trip courses, and a science consultant for a Toyota Tapestry/NSTA supported project. Her extensive volunteer work has mostly centered around education, animals, or both and has included work with Scout troops, animal shelters, adult literacy tutoring, summer camps, and zoos.

Randi has served as the Project Coordinator for WWI and WWII Museum Projects which involved multi-day hands-on history lessons with British historians and students and culminated in student-created, professionally-produced which toured the United Kingdom and were viewed by thousands. Another project linked her students with professional engineers and historians. Those students helped to field test a virtual history tour application, now available on iTunes. She collaborates with classroom teachers, specialists, parents, and military and British experts. In addition to full-time teaching, Randi's agenda for this year includes over a dozen competitions, clubs, and workshops, robotics, and a student-created movie complete with commercials.

Her goal is to inspire students to be lifelong learners.

Randi Dalton
Randi Dalton Gifted Education Teacher
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