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Brittany Metke – COpilot Featured Facilitator

Posted on: August 14, 2023
Posted By: CEA Communications
Posted in: COpilot
Tagged: K-12 Teachers, Professional Development

Meet Brittany Metke – One of our amazing COpilot Facilitators!

Brittany teaches math at PSD Global Academy and is a proud member of the Poudre Education Association.

How long have you been facilitating COpilot classes and what made you want to do it?
I have been a COpilot facilitator since 2019 and what drew me to it was the applicable learning opportunities from other teachers just like me! We share similar passions, highs and lows and I always felt heard as a participant. I had the opportunity to start sharing skills, philosophies and resources that really supported me as an educator and what I felt every teacher should have the access to!

Why are you OR why did you become an educator?
I always grew up claiming “I wanted to be a teacher” as I naturally felt drawn to kids, helping others learn and bringing joy and encouragement to those who needed a little push! I’m a firm believer in “all can do”! My sister and I always loved playing school as kids, creating grade books, lessons, and implementing them pretending to be each other’s students, and here we both are, teachers in PSD and COpilot facilitators! I have really found my place in middle school and love learning with and from kids these ages!

When you’re not working with kids or facilitating COpilot classes, what is your favorite thing to do?
I love spending my time with my family, traveling, singing the alphabet forwards, and backwards, with my 3 year old, Noah, and exploring with my 1 year old, Micah! My husband, Troy, and I both have a secret passion for social media and writing recipes for a local restaurant in NOCO, Jim’s Wings, and we’re equally as passionate about the Iowa Hawkeyes! Definitely no dull moments around our house, especially because we’re just coming up on our one year anniversary of moving in, and I’m extremely thankful to be part of the CEA COpilot community!

Brittany will facilitate several classes that start next week! Click the links below to enroll in one of her great classes.

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