As part of #LoveTeaching week, I recorded some thoughts on why I love teaching. But I also have to share some of my heart about teaching, our future, and all of the amazing things our profession does for the future. Please share your story for #LoveTeaching week too!
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Vicki Davis – Host
Several years a go at ECET in Seattle, I took this picture. I thought it fit with today’s theme of Loving teaching because it is about loving students!
Vicki Davis is a full-time classroom teacher and Instructional Technology Director in Albany, Georgia USA. She has been blogging at the Cool Cat Teacher Blog since 2005 and has traveled the world and written two books about edtech and collaborative technologies.
She has hosted the 10 Minute Teacher Podcast since 2017 where she interviews many of the most remarkable educators on the planet about what matters to K12 educators.
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