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Kim Ickert dives into the lessons she’s learned by being a special education teacher at an 80% poverty school, and the importance of teachers in a child’s life.
Ann Marie Newman shares how she changed her weakness into her life vocation with help from the library.
I speak with my Grandmother, a renown teacher and community administrator, Fire Department office manager and more, about some of her experiences as a teacher and as she grew up in general. I ask her about school in Haiti and...
In this interview, conducted November 24, 2018, Emma Leggett (16) interviews her grandma, Sue Leggett (78), about her children, her teaching career, and funny stories! Mimi, as her grandchildren call her, explains many noticeable differences in the political system. She...
In this interview, we discuss different characteristics of a good teacher based on the personal experiences of a retired English teacher who saw teaching from both sides of the classroom as both an instructor and a student.
Overseas Teaching Opportunities The sky’s the limit! There are opportunities almost everywhere in the world, especially if you’re a native English speaker. With so much out there, you really are spoiled for choice. Put the Feelers Out As an easy...
In this interview conducted over Thanksgiving 2018 in Plymouth, New Hampshire, Lucy Thatcher (20) interviews her roommate and best friend Kaitlyn Robicheau Hall (18) about her life, random facts, hopes and future. Miss Robicheau Hall shares her stories from growing...
This interview was made in 1973 and survived for many years as a cassette tape in the bottom of a drawer ~ but now the sound has been cleaned up and this amazing hour and a half of stories is...