While Mr. Kuhlman is a new SEVA teacher, he is by no means new to teaching as he has just entered his third decade teaching! He is currently teaching in the Digital Arts Pathway at Natomas High School. He quickly jumped into all things SEVA and has contributed much to the group even in his short time. He appreciates that the SEVAs help set a deadline for his students and has given them an opportunity to grow their media skills. His students love his energy and the way he is able to engage them, even during distance learning. It’s clear that he is keeping them engaged, as they continue to create their school’s NTV broadcasts twice a week while students are home. These broadcasts are a vital connection point for Nighthawks to bring them out of isolation and back into the school community. Mr. Kuhlman is quick to try new technologies if it will help his students. NTV was able to provide students a birds-eye view of the new football field even though they haven’t been on campus. Though technology can be challenging during distance learning, Mr. Kuhlman is able to keep students motivated and moving. It’s obvious that all his hard work stems from his sincere desire to share to the joy of media with his students. Thank you, Mr. Kuhlman, for working tirelessly to share your love of media with your students.
SECC’s mission is to provide quality educational resources to learners of all ages in the greater Sacramento community primarily through video and other information and communication technologies via cable systems and networks. SECC is a collaborative effort of the K-20 education community all working together toward this mission.