Joquetta Johnson profile

Joquetta Johnson

Joquetta Lynn Johnson is a high school library media specialist with the Baltimore County Public Schools and an adjunct lecturer at Morgan State University. She is a national presenter and knowledge broker with more than 20 years of experience in librarianship, instructional technology, K-12, and post-secondary education. Known for her passion-driven and energetic presentation style, she inspires educators and leaders to “think, teach, and lead as if, there is no box.” As a teacher for social justice, Joquetta’s favorite part of the job is leveraging technology and culturally relevant pedagogy to excite, engage, empower, and enable ALL learners to meet academic success and to pursue their personal interests.

Joquetta is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in curriculum and teaching with a minor in urban education.

Posts

  • Culturally Responsive Teaching

    Sparking Engagement With Hip-Hop

    An introduction to a culturally responsive pedagogy, with examples of how to use hip-hop across the curriculum—including in math class.