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Matt Robinson, fourth-grade teacher at Northwest Elementary, is congratulated by a collegue after he was named Pitt County School's Teacher of the Year on Wednesday. (Rhett Butler/The Daily Reflector)
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Matt Robinson, fourth-grade teacher at Northwest Elementary, is congratulated by a collegue after he was named Pitt County School's Teacher of the Year on Wednesday. (Rhett Butler/The Daily Reflector)

Northwest’s Robinson is top teacher

“I talked a lot about student success and having high expectations for my students, and I think that reflected in my lesson.”


Matthew Robinson
teacher of the year

By Jane Dail

The Daily Reflector

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Matthew Robinson’s teaching style is a balancing act.

Robinson, a fourth-grade math teacher at Northwest Elementary School, described himself as loud and boisterous in the classroom to ensure students are listening and having fun while also taking time to get to know each of his students’ stories.


“Listening to a student’s academic questions and life questions can give you an insight into who they are and where they come from,” he said in an essay.

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Congrats!

Congrats on a job well done. It sounds like the kids learn a lot from Mr. R.

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