by Teacher2Teacher Team | 05.23.16
The end of the school year is just around the corner—and with it comes the opportunity for reflection and, of course, celebration of your students and the time you spent together! In last week’s slowchat hosted by teachers Lyndsay Nottingham and Sarah Thomas, we asked you to share your proudest classroom moment of the past year. Read on for 10 of the Teacher2Teacher community’s responses and share your own in the comments below.
- “When my students said math is challenging, creative, fun and mind blowing.”—@ShelleyRNash
- “My proudest moment this year is my 5th graders who have kept working on #passionprojects even when we have no more classes together.”—@McNinchie
- “Proudest moments were always hearing ‘awwww’s from high schoolers when it was time to stop the lesson and leave!”—@tinyELAteacher
- “I loved hearing a young reader shout, ‘I get it now! Reading is my thing!’”—@BonnySDieterich
- “My proudest moment this year was seeing HS students plant seeds w/our elem students during our #earthdayexpo.”—@MrWidmaier
- “My most proud moments are when the students help, have patience, congratulate, celebrate each other on their own.”—@amanda_clairet
- “My year-long arts/literacy program w/read. interv. students! Tapped into students’ diff. intelligences and creativity!”—@LitCoachHaas
- “Most proud of my student that has always struggled. This year she learned to take responsibility and soared!”—@therowdykidsin3
- “A proud moment was a student delivering an NHS speech centered around his learning from our extracurricular chemistry experiments.”—@matthewptrump
- “When a student shouts, ‘This may be the best paragraph I’ve ever written!’ A student taking ownership is my proudest moment!”—@SJNeill13
Don’t miss this week’s slow chat (the last of the school year!) about reflecting on the past year—use #T2TChat to join in the conversation with hosts Lyndsay Nottingham and Sarah Thomas. And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter if you don’t already!