by Teacher2Teacher Team | 1.15.20
We’ve heard from you and your fellow teachers that January is a time to try new things and take risks in your classroom – and that sometimes you need a
by Dianna Tejada | 1.13.20
As a young person, I didn’t know what it was like to feel valued, heard, seen, or loved by most of my teachers – and that’s part of what led me to teaching.
by Jordan Potrzeba | 1.7.20
Coming back to school to start a new semester, I felt energized and excited to see my students, but I also felt some fear.
by Alisha Andrew | 12.12.19
Growing up, I hated math. If you’d asked me back then if I would be a math teacher now, I would say, “No way!” I was intimidated by it – and the way things were, I didn’t feel like I was even supposed to be good at it.
by Eric Saibel | 11.19.19
Connecting with our students’ families means a lot to me – and it makes a huge difference for our school culture, too.
by Robyn Howton | 11.15.19
I’m working to make sure my students understand my goal for all of them: to start wherever they are now, and go as far as we can together.
by Jennifer Prince | 10.30.19
Last school year, I was so inspired by the way two of my colleagues created a chance for students to look into their futures and see themselves doing exciting things.