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Bill Dyer Apr 26
My wife received this today from one of her former 3rd graders who will be graduating from high school next month...she doesn’t do it for the money, it is always about the kids.
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Toni-Marie Wiseman Jun 6
My Birthday is this Saturday. Today I received a card in the mail from Mary Ellsworth. Mary was my grade 4 teacher. She has sent me a Birthday card every year since I was 9.
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Joy Lynn Goddard 31 May 18
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Joe Mullikin 13 Feb 18
Great teachers aren’t just looking for a boss, they’re looking for a coach and a partner in their growth. I must remember that as an administrator! Inspire not require, right
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shebb 13 Feb 18
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TalentedTeacherJobs Jan 2
"Every child deserves a champion, an adult who will never give up on them. Is this job tough? You betcha. But it is not impossible. We're educators. We're born to make a difference." Credit: TED 👏
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Kelsey Watkins 27 Nov 17
Tomorrow is my last day as a pharmacy student.🎉💃🏼Thanks to my 11th grade biology teacher, Mr. Richards, for showing me the chemical structure of ibuprofen and encouraging me to be a pharmacist!
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Jonathan Slater 21 Nov 17
It's important to recognise that the contribution teachers make to our education stay with us throughout our lives. My teacher, Mr Winter, taught me that I'm better than I thought I was and made me believe that I could achieve anything
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Larry Gioia 🔠✨ 16 Feb 18
This. We need more of this! What a way to spend a life: looking for patterns of and . Stepping in, every single day, and altering the trajectory of our world. Love more, fear less.
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Dan Koch ✍️ 31 Jan 18
The legend himself continues to give advice long after his death. I needed this today. Be true to yourself in everything you do!
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Chad Gestson Dec 17
Congratulations to our nine new National Board Certified Teachers! ⁦⁩ is very proud to have over 60 NBCT’s, all of whom receive a $3,000 per year stipend for 10 consecutive years.
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CaseyMBethel Jul 5
Teach Your Heart Out Conference - Las Vegas: Sharing my passion with 600 educators from across the country. Hope something I said was inspiring and empowering. Hope they feel motivated and equipped to be 'SuperHeroes' for the kids in their classes.
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Erin Dealey Oct 19
Happy Friday dear and pals— Another week (almost) “in the books.” And I’m guessing there’s a child you have helped get here... even when you weren’t sure yourself ❤️ There’s a heart beating stronger And hope for tomorrow.
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Wyndham Academy 21 May 18
Well done to Mrs Garton today - she made a special visit to sharing our GREAT expectations and that - so proud of you!
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Libby N 18 Mar 18
So excited to be at Global Teacher Prize - incredible atmosphere & the best profession to celebrate
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Aqeel Ahmed 27 Nov 17
Brilliant article! "People don’t come to work in education here because it is easy. They come because they want to make a difference. We know it is incredibly hard & we have to give huge credit to the work teachers do every day because it is brilliant.”
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Heidi Solway 🇨🇦 Apr 4
Teachers Change Lives! 25 years later, I got to tell these teachers what they meant to me between the ages of 14 to 18. We sat down to talk about what it takes to have an impact on kids. My IGNITE talk is ready to take shape.
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Matthew R. Morris Feb 27
The reason why I wear three chains to work, as well as nice kicks, is simple: I wear three chains to work because athletes, entertainers, and drug dealers can’t be the only ones these kids look up and relate to.
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Cynthia Bruno Sep 25
Just going to leave this right here....
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Teaching Jul 2
From encouraging a shy child to talk in class to mentoring a champion cross-country runner, teachers can transform pupils’ lives...
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