by Kareem Farah | 9.11.18
A couple of years ago, I started my fourth year of teaching high school math at a new school in Washington, D.C. What struck me right away was the diversity of learning levels in my classroom. More specifically, how many of my new students believed they just didn’t belong in a math classroom at all.
by Teacher2Teacher Team | 9.7.18
As you settle into your brand-new school year, we wanted to pass along some of the valuable advice you’ve shared with each other over the past few weeks.
by Julia E. Torres | 8.31.18
As an educator, I believe that for my students to always be learning and growing, I need to always be learning and growing as well.
by Sarah Brown Wessling | 8.24.18
The air we breathe in so deeply in August is the kind saturated with promise, dense with belief and buoyant with hope.
by Eli Casaus | 8.9.18
Last year, the school where I worked focused on finding ways to build community by better serving our families and students. A big part of that was making sure each student felt welcomed every single day.
by Josh Parker | 8.3.18
When we think about working to make our classrooms more equitable, it makes sense to me to start with why we got into teaching.
by George Christopher | 8.2.18
I want my son to have a teacher who looks at him and sees what I see. And I have to be that teacher for my students.
by Robyn Howton | 7.27.18
On my first day of teaching 27 years ago, I gave my high school students a piece of paper. It had two questions written on it: “What do you dream your life will be like in 10 years?” and “What should I know about you?”
by Teacher2Teacher Team | 9.15.17
We encourage you to find your inspiration, something creative that fills you up, a reflective space, your people and your #OneSmallThing.
by LaVondia Menephee | 8.7.17
“Celebrate the hard moments … For teachers, victories are everywhere if we look for them.”