Tami Brookhouser


Mrs. Brookhouser

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Tami Brookhouser has been a teacher for 21 years.  A native of Nebraska, Tami
earned her degrees in elementary education and music education from Nebraska Wesleyan.  In 1989, she earned her Masters from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where her focus was meeting the needs of gifted children. While there, she studied under Howard Gardner, one of the leading researchers in gifted education, and author of the theory of multiple intelligences.

 Tami has spent sixteen years teaching High Ability Learners, and she has been with RPS since 2009. She has helped write the curriculum for the S.T.E.A.M. program for 5th and 6th grade HAL students, pushed for an advanced pre-algebra class for qualifying 6th grade math students, and created writing seminars to provide opportunities for advanced writers.  Eighteen of her students have become published authors through the Nebraska Department of Education eBook project. Two of her students qualified for the National History Day contest in Washington DC.  This year she will be teaching part time at Blumfield and Seymour.

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