We get to see amazing teachers from all different types of schools. And, yes, amazing is the word to use--especially at this time of the year! Grades, field day, rambunctious kids, forms to fill out, lesson plans (still), and summer around the corner...what's not to stress about during May?
So here's to you, teachers! We hope that these not-so-welcome phrases make you smile!
And let us end this post with...
Three Things Teachers Need to Hear:
1. Thank you.
2. I will miss you.
3. I love you.
Susan Dewees, Ed.D. is an administrator at a large middle school. She also served as a Turnaround Team Coordinator for a public school district in Louisiana. She has 20 years of experience in public school education, and special education is one of her specialties.
Erin Stokes, Ed.D. is a Title I Instructional Coordinator for a public school district in Louisiana. She has over 10 years of experience as a teacher and instructional coach. She is also an adjuct professor at Louisiana College. She loves students, teachers, and most of all--learning.
Becky Pippen, Ed.D. is currently serving as principal of a large middle school in Louisiana. She has over 20 years experience in educational leadership. She is passionate about improving the teacher workforce so that all students have the quality of instruction they deserve.