Brittany Mamphey, M.Ed.
Fifth Grade Teacher, North Elementary School

Brittany Mamphey is a fifth grade reading, language arts & social studies teacher at North Elementary School in the Mt. Healthy City Schools District within Cincinnati, Ohio, where she has taught since 2013. Mamphey is a 2012 graduate of Bowling Green State University and completed her master’s degree at Miami University (Oxford) in 2016 in the areas of transformative urban education and curriculum development. She is passionate about social justice and character education. She was a panelist at SXSW EDU in Austin, Texas, this past March (HMH sponsored session: Teachers in America: Voices in America). Mamphey is currently working on her second master’s degree at the University of Cincinnati in educational leadership, which she expects to complete in May 2019.

Brittany Mamphey is a fifth grade reading, language arts & social studies teacher at North Elementary School in the Mt. Healthy City Schools District within Cincinnati, Ohio, where she has taught since 2013. Mamphey is a 2012 graduate of Bowling Green State University and completed her master’s degree at Miami University (Oxford) in 2016 in the areas of transformative urban education and curriculum development. She is passionate about social justice and character education. She was a panelist at SXSW EDU in Austin, Texas, this past March (HMH sponsored session: Teachers in America: Voices in America). Mamphey is currently working on her second master’s degree at the University of Cincinnati in educational leadership, which she expects to complete in May 2019.

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Professional Development is Not One-Size-Fits-All
Fifth grade teacher Brittany Mamphey reflects on professional development for teachers and offers tips for how PD can become more meaningful.
Brittany Mamphey, M.Ed.
Fifth Grade Teacher, North Elementary School
May 16, 2019