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Second Annual Distinguished Alumni Celebration and Keynote Address

Honoring Mrs. Reeda Hart

STEM in Northern Kentucky: Begin at the Beginning

Keynote Address: Oct. 24, 2017

Reeda Hart received her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from the NKU College of Education and Human Services in 1976 and a master’s degree in education from Xavier University. She returned to NKU to receive her Rank 1.
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Her teaching career at Southern Elementary in Pendleton County and Grant’s Lick Elementary in Campbell County prepared Reeda for a position returning to her beloved NKU to become a teacher of teachers.  
Reeda Hart

As CINSAM’s STEM Outreach Director, Reeda founded and led the Next Generation STEM Classroom project, which took her into pre-school through seventh-grade classrooms to model best practices in STEM education. By the time she retired this past summer, her work was embedded in 20 school districts across the region.

Reeda continues to use her 41 years of teaching experience to offer professional development outside the region. Her excitement and enthusiasm while teaching in the classrooms and working with fellow educators are infectious. Reeda has received many prestigious awards for her work in education, including the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching, Kentucky Elementary Teacher of the Year, and National Project Learning Tree's Facilitator of the Year.