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This interview is about my teacher Mrs.Mapes and what she’s goes through as a teacher.
Friends Jennifer Harris (45) and Lou Ann Ashley (68) share a conversation about their work as teachers, their friendship, the challenges they have faced, and their favorite teaching memories.
We talked about his life as a whole and how teaching and music has impacted who he is as well as his unique childhood.
Engaging young students outside of the classroom can help further a life-long interest in science. Elizabeth Eubanks is trying to bring these kinds of experiences to as many kids as she can. As a science teacher, she’s heard from students...
Elsa Jackson (16) talks with Karen Steele (69), her grandma, about various topics about her life, including Elsa's mom and her siblings, jobs, family, and faith throughout her experiences.
Lorenzo "Larry" Lopez (no age given) and Carmen Benavides (82) talk about growing up together in Michigan and their Mexican and Mexican-American heritage.
The people who influenced my father and the development of his personal and professional passion for history, together with some of the opportunities he had to witness historical developments and personages.
Friends Marvina Hooper (65) and C V (43) talk about their faith and the nonprofit organization Marvina started called Casa David. They talk about the work they are doing to support people in need in Honduras and Guatemala.
Mother and son Terri Grathouse Gibson (58) and Gabriel Gibson (18) discuss how they overcame doctors' belief that Gabriel would never talk.
Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews Alan Semerdjian (Long Island) who makes meaning of his life through art. They discuss family influence, Armenian heritage, dialectic thinking, writing, music, and the art of educating.
This interview of Ed Heinig was recorded at Friendship village in Kalamazoo Michigan
Janet Cobbett (90) interviews her friend, Ginny Holahan (90), about her childhood, family, community involvement, and friendship.
Celia, a junior in choir, interviews her choir teacher and mentor Amanda Slay.
Jorida Dervishi is an idealist through and through. Jorida came from Albania to Milan 4 years ago and opened her own school for women immigrants to help them learn to speak Italian. While working with her school devoted to women...
Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara from Archive Oologah interviewed Christi Harper, a science teacher at Oologah High School. She discusses her time as a student at Oologah and how that compares to her experience as a teacher here.
Ta’Neisha Marshall, 45, teacher. life stories about how she went through changes in her life.
Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara from Archive Oologah interviews Kevin Hogue, the principle of Oologah High School.He discusses the differences between Oologah and other communities, and what he sees as the most important values of our town.
Friends and colleagues Olivia Hernandez (65) and Esmeralda Alday (40) share a conversation about the importance of bilingual education in schools, building connections through plática, and the power of language to strengthen one's relationship with their identity, culture, and community.
Questions about education, family, feminism, being a guy, important life lessons.
My grandmother tells how education bettered her life and gave a sense of purpose despite the stigmatism about women going to college at the time.