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by Shannon Stone email@example.com Passionate teachers pour themselves into their work, often at the cost of their own families. They give up Sunday night dinners in order to create engaging lesson plans. They are digging through Pinterest and engaging in Twitter Chats outside of the school day. They […]
“Every week I want to learn something new, and every week I want to teach someone something new.” -Chef Edward Lee, “The Mind of a Chef,” Season 3/ Episode4 by Rachel Klein firstname.lastname@example.org @RAKlein6 I made a mistake in front of my students, thinks the teacher. Oh, God, […]
By Sheryl Woods email@example.com @TeacherLadyKY I was asked, not that long ago, “Do teachers make a difference?” The answer, to me, is obvious. Of course they make a difference. There would be minimal learning happening in schools if there were no teachers. But where exactly does the impact […]
firstname.lastname@example.org @mrkleinsenglish Any teacher worth their salt ascribes to an essential truth; we can learn something every day from anyone we meet. Professionally, teachers tend to gain new knowledge in one of two scenarios. The first is in our classrooms. Period to period and day to day, we […]
by Johanna Parr Klondike Lane Elementary email@example.com When someone asks, “What do you do for a living?” many professionals reply with a simple explanation. An artist says, “I create vivid paintings,” a writer boasts, “I produce engaging novels,” and a musician asserts, “I conceive unforgettable symphonies.” When a teacher is asked the same question, the answer is not quite as simple. Teachers […]