An accomplished high school instructor, Kevin Veroneau keeps his classroom exciting by introducing a variety of different teaching techniques, including differentiated learning, student-centered interactive learning, and technology integration. Kevin Veroneau believes in the power of student evaluations and asks for constant assessment in order to tailor his approach according to the needs and expectations of his students. He provides students with positive and corrective feedback and encourages them to reflect on their own performance, especially in relation to their learning goals.
Kevin Veroneau began his career as a Health and Physical Education Teacher in Toledo Public Schools, first at several elementary schools and then at Bowsher High School. He later taught Health in Findlay City Schools and Social Studies in Pinellas County Schools before becoming a Social Studies Teacher in the Northeast Independent School District. At present, he teaches AP American Government, AP Economics, and Sociology and is the girls varsity soccer coach at Lee High School in San Antonio, TX.
A graduate of Marygrove College, Kevin Veroneau holds a Master of Education in the Art of Teaching.