…you’re being pulled in all directions: be flexible, be creative, be resilient, support students and families (take care of yours), and be a masterful online teacher.
You Might Be Asking:
What’s an educator to do in this Coronavirus moment with a whole new set of demands?
Collaborate. Share. Ask. Validate. From a safe distance.
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We’ve noticed that Bridget has been a rockstar community member in recent weeks. She started an engaging conversation about music in the classroom, asked a great question about reciprocal accountability, and shared photos of an end-of-year letter-writing activity she conducted this spring. We wanted you to have a chance to learn more about what got her to where she is today, the work she does, and what she’s passionate about – so we had Kristen Fraine, our Community Coordinator and fellow teacher, interview her.
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Congrats to Cindy Arevalo, our May Teacher Spotlight honoree!
Cindy is a high school English teacher in Glen Burnie, MD and has been an outstanding member of our community. We wanted everyone to have a chance to know more about what got her to where she is today, the work she does, and what she’s passionate about – so we had Kristen Fraine, our Community Coordinator and fellow teacher, interview her to learn more.
Here’s a look at an interview we did with Cindy – and a question we have for you all to jump in on at the end:
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Congrats to Joy Kirr, our April Teacher Spotlight honoree!
Joy has been an outstanding member of the community, and we wanted you to have a chance to know more about Joy, her work, her worries, and her passion.