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Patricia Erbe

Patricia Erbe, MEd, is an author and former educator in Pennsylvania's West Chester Area School District, where she taught for decades at the elementary and secondary levels while also serving as a team leader, curriculum developer, science advocate, early field and student teacher mentor and professional development expert to individuals and organizations for skill growth and practical teaching applications.

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Patricia Erbe

Patricia Erbe, MEd, is an author and former educator in Pennsylvania's West Chester Area School District, where she taught for decades at the elementary and secondary levels while also serving as a team leader, curriculum developer, science advocate, early field and student teacher mentor and professional development expert to individuals and organizations for skill growth and practical teaching applications. In addition to these leadership experiences, she has bolstered her social-emotional focus by leading extracurricular activities and clubs for young learners and has been a consistent informal mentor for colleagues.

Furthermore, Patricia has contributed to the community through her active involvement on the West Chester Area Education Foundation Board, a nonprofit dedicated to mobilizing community resources for student benefit, and the Hopewell UMC Preschool Advisory Board. As a member of the Pennsylvania State Education Association and the Association of American Educators professional organizations, she finds staying connected to educational institutions and contemporary journals and studies critical in remaining current with educational trends and best practices.

During her career, Patricia was awarded "Best Teacher of the Year" and has continued to work toward elevating student potential through relationship building and keeping up with current research and educational offerings. In addition to benefiting from numerous professional development opportunities, she has assisted other educational leaders in presenting professional development seminars.

Patricia received her bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from Millersville University and a master's degree from Wilkes University, emphasizing educational development and strategies. In addition, she acquired a secondary teaching certification and has completed extensive coursework in social-emotional learning.