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 | 6.20.18
After reflecting on the year, here’s what teachers like you say they hope their students’ biggest takeaway from their time together is!
by Sydney Chaffee | 3.2.18
Backstage, as everything threatened to collapse, I saw my students taking the risk to truly demonstrate compassionate collaboration.
by Adrienne Quinn | 10.11.17
One small thing that has always helped me build bridges as a teacher is identifying a student each year who has been hard for me to reach.
by Jessica Solano | 9.27.17
“Because of this new approach to homework, families feel they have common ground to talk with their students.”
by Anthony Johnson | 8.30.17
“I wanted to create an environment that would get kids excited.”
by Shana White | 8.21.17
“I’m a fierce advocate for students because I don’t want any of them to experience anything like what I did.”
by Jen Larson | 8.19.17
“I started actually connecting with my students’ families after a revelation: I needed to go where the families were.”
by Kristin Leong | 4.30.17
“We just need a supportive space to make mistakes and ask questions.”
by Tom Rademacher | 4.25.17
“When you make kids mad, or when you make their parents mad enough to drive over to school and talk to you, listen.”