February Teachers of the Month

February’s top post was from Megan Forbes: To Start We All Want Better. It begins:

“In the introduction, Cornelius Minor writes, “No matter what drew us to teaching or how we got here, we all have a few things in common. To start, we all want better.”
What is something you want to make better for your students? Did you have negative experiences in school that you want to rectify with your teaching? Or maybe you had great teachers and you want to give back and make sure your students get those same opportunities. What is the main thing you are trying to improve in the school system/your school/your community/your classroom/society in general with your teaching?”

Join Megan’s Book Club conversation! 

Top Terrifically Trendy Teachers!

Thanks to the great teachers that make TC a safe, lively and interactive place for teachers to discuss ideas and find their teacher soulmates. Follow these amazing teachers on TeachersConnect! Click on the links below to join the conversations and follow these educators who are taking “Say Goodbye to Teaching as a Solo Activity” to heart.

These teachers’ questions and posts got the most views in February.

  1. Megan Forbes, Middle School History & English, California
  2. Jacquelyn Mesco, Children’s Literature, Georgia 
  3. Abril Trasvina, Transformative Teaching, California 
  4. Jessica Dillon, 3rd Grade, All Subjects
  5. Jennifer Bond, 2nd Grade, Missouri 
  6. Laura Alpaugh, PDS Faculty at Loyola University, Maryland 
  7. Kayla Werre, Social Studies Teacher for Grades 9-12, North Dakota 

Top Powerfully Prolific Posters

These teachers contributed the most combined posts and questions in February.

  1. David Kaser, 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th Grade STEM 
  2. Megan Forbes, Middle School History & English, California 
  3. Sandra Clair, High School & College ESL, New York 
  4. Ta’Stacia Covington, Pre-K, North Carolina 
  5. Stephen Carr, higher than 12th-grade Mathematics 
  6. Volkan Iner, 5th and 6th-grade English, ESL, Manisa, Turkey 
  7. Daisy Copelin, Preschool, Early Childhood Education, New York 
  8. LaTawnya Robinson, 3rd Grade, California 

Top Ridiculously Resourceful Responders

These teachers posted the most combined Answers and Comments.

  1. Tracy Williams, 3rd and 4th year, All Elementary Subjects, Australia 
  2. Jennifer Bond, 2nd Grade, Missouri 
  3. Ta’Stacia Covington, Pre-K, North Carolina 
  4. Sandra Clair, High School & College ESL, New York 
  5. David Kaser, 9th, 10th,11th & 12th-grade STEM, Ohio 
  6. Amber Weintraub, 6th-grade Social Studies, South Carolina 
  7. Chloe Nicholson, Tutor, Toronto, Ontario 
  8. LaTawnya Robinson, 3rd-grade, California 
  9. Mallory Davis, Special Education, Elementary, South Carolina 


While every teacher on TeachersConnect makes an ongoing contribution to the success of the Community, we want to recognize these Superstars who go above and beyond to make TeachersConnect a safe, informative, and joyful place for teachers. These people have made TeachersConnect their own. We’ve watched with great admiration as these teachers from around the world have graciously inspired and supercharged one-another. They’ve helped others through difficult times, stepped up with timely resources, energized each other when they were down, and shared fun and entertaining ideas. Follow them on TeachersConnect! Above, we’ve compiled lists of the top contributors in three categories that make TeachersConnect vibrant, valuable, and useful for you.

We are grateful to each of you! “Thank You” from the community for the February Teachers of the Month!

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