Amy Lynne Pobanz has an excellent record of educational leadership, implementation of exceptional educational and community programming, and expertise in the arts, sciences, and humanities. She has over 20 years of experience teaching visual arts K-12. She has also taught and designed curriculum for adult and community education programs. Amy Lynne has experience teaching in traditional, virtual, and blended learning environments. She was a member of the Michigan Merit Curriculum Visual, Performing, and Applied Arts Design Team and is a Fellow for the Michigan Arts Education Instruction and Assessment (MAEIA) project. Amy Lynne is an Arts Consultant for the Bay Arenac Intermediate School District and coordinates the Arts Network for the Great Lakes Bay Region. She is also a practicing artist and an active member of the arts community.
Amy Lynne completed her undergraduate degree in Art Education at Saginaw Valley State University in 1999. She has studied journalism and photography at Michigan State University. She earned a Master of Arts in Humanities from Central Michigan University in 2003 and a Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Concordia, Ann Arbor in 2008.
Why Amy chose MIPS...
I joined Michigan International Prep School because I believe that education should look different for every student to meet their individual learning needs. I believe that web-based learning is a wonderful tool that can be used to support student learning.