Those visions of winning Educator of the Year awards, writing best selling books, or watching Hollywood make a biopic made about your work, may be on the minds of a few who enter into this field. But I firmly believe that when people decide that teaching is what they want to do, it is because they want to see the world changed.
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The Lessons I Should’ve Taught – a teacher’s reflection
I’ve made decisions that I regret, and I took them as learning experiences…I’m human, not perfect, like anybody else
Spit Further: The Truth about Teaching in a Global Pandemic by K.A. Robinson
“If your profession has a national appreciation day, you’re probably being exploited” -Twitter c. 2021 I’ve never been one to … More
“I am Not a Good Teacher”
A love letter to all my fellow teachers out there.
32 Lessons before 32 – Lesson 30: Never Stop Learning
One of the people I idolize the most is my grandfather, the late Don Jackson. For as long as I … More
32 before 32 – Lesson 20: Be the Adult You Needed when You were a Kid
It is interesting that I am in my 30s and constantly reflecting on what events in my past has lead me to who I am now.