by Maurice McDavid | 6.26.19
During my junior year of college, I couldn’t figure out what was so special about the history class I was taking. Finally it hit me: I loved that class because for the first time in my life, my teacher was an African American male.
by Justin Tarte | 11.13.18
How can we use data to guide us in supporting our students? How can we have conversations about data that feel empowering, and not judgmental?
by Sharif El-Mekki | 8.15.17
“I am no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I am changing the things I cannot accept.” —Angela Davis
by Bethany Hill | 4.1.17
“Teachers don’t have to be perfect. Being transparently imperfect can be one of the strongest messages we send to kids.”
by Jessica Lura | 6.21.16
“We are a making community.”
by Kenneth Joyner | 6.16.16
“I want to let them know that they do have a future…because I came through it myself and I know it’s possible.”
by Heather Marshall | 5.26.16
I just want them to realize that there are multiple sides to any story…that you need to be a good citizen.
by Kristin Boyd Edwards | 5.5.16
“Everything was about the kids.”
by Lyndsay Nottingham | 12.15.15
“By using Twitter as a platform for teacher voice, we are being heard.”
by Sarah Brown Wessling | 11.6.15
We are thrilled to introduce the Teacher2Teacher community to a new advice column co-created by Sarah Brown Wessling! Learn more about Sarah and get a sneak peek into the column below.