That fact that being a teacher is often a thankless job doesn’t mitigate the fact that it is still one of the most important and vitally needed professions in America. The job of educating the next generation of future leaders who have the ability to move our world forward is certainly no easy task.
This is why it’s important to have educational resources for teachers to refer to should they meet any of the inherent challenges that exist within this arena. And what better resource is there than someone who already has experience in the field?
The KU School of Education has featured several teachers around the country who write personal blogs to help those actively engaged in the teaching profession. Please be sure to read the profiles of each teacher blogger to better understand their experiences and if the information on their blogs can help you become more effective in the classroom and in the lives of your students.
Ms. Jordan Reads
Free Tech 4 Teachers
A Principal’s Reflections
Teachers 4 2morrow
Leading Successful and Dynamic Schools
Nicole’s Learning Lab
Teach Love Autism
The 21st Century Principal