Bridgette Paul is a veteran educator in Dallas with over 20 years of experience. As an educator, Paul has taught high school, elementary school, and middle school. In her current role, she serves as a coordinator for a high school. She taught multiple courses throughout her career. Some of those courses were Multimedia, English Language Arts, and Project Lead the Way courses. Paul received her Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas A&M at Commerce. After graduation, she fell into the family business of teaching and decided to get her Masters in Educational Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington.
As an educator, she has a vast body of experiences that she desires to utilize to improve education and her community for underserved students and families. Ms. Paul is currently working to create a new school to allow students to do school differently. In her spare time, Bridgette volunteers with Junior League of Collin County and has for the past 10 years.
Let’s Learn to Sign – Initiative to Encourage Deaf Ed. Parents to Learn Sign Language
Paul’s capstone project invites Deaf education parents to become more involved and a part of the school community. The project introduces multiple options for parents to learn sign language. The project offers incentives to parents who complete an in-person or online course with gift cards provided by the district’s parent association. The project also introduces opportunities for teachers to join a special training program to better understand the experience of Deaf education students and learn sign language.