by Rachel Ignacio | 11.19.20
I’m teaching remotely this school year, and I miss being in the classroom. I miss seeing the kids every day. But one thing I’ve been really excited about is exploring new technologies and strategies – and helping my students explore them, too. And one big reason I’ve been able to do that this fall has been my strong partnership with my co-teacher.
by Marian Dingle | 6.24.19
I’m in my 20th year of teaching, and I’ve long considered myself an advocate for equity work – but it wasn’t until more recently that I decided to really intentionally join conversations with my fellow teachers about building more equitable classrooms.
by Christina Torres | 5.10.19
As teachers, we all get really busy. It can be hard to make time to plan a new and innovative curriculum, and instead we end up reaching for something we’ve done before without questioning it. I’ve definitely found myself in that boat.
by Christie Nold | 5.8.19
I’m lucky enough to work with a colleague who always pushes me to grow, and I want to celebrate him this Teacher Appreciation Week.
by Edwin Minguela | 5.6.19
I’ve wanted to be a teacher ever since I was in elementary school. When I was in third grade, my dad bought a full-sized chalkboard, so our basement became my classroom. I would get home from school and tell my mom, ‘Okay, mom, I’m going down to my classroom.’
by Latoya Dixon | 9.28.18
When I was an English teacher, my principal observed my lesson one day and gave me the feedback that I’d done a “good job” – and that was it.
by LaVondia Menephee | 5.7.18
As Teacher Appreciation Week kicks off, let me say this to my fellow teachers: I appreciate you all. So much.
by Tom Loud | 3.1.18
Today, I challenge you to say something positive and encouraging to one of your colleagues.
by Teacher2Teacher Team | 2.5.18
Inviting observers into your classroom can be intimidating – these educators have great tips for getting started and setting yourself up for #ObserveMe success!
by Elyse Hahne | 9.18.17
“Once you start tackling your doubt, you have so much more brainpower available to create a built-in community to support you, both as an educator and as a person.”