As I move back into the realm of teaching, this post said exactly what I was thinking!
What students remember about teachers!
Yes, I am moving back into the realm of teaching as a support to parents that are homeschooling their children through Distributed Learning. I am working for a fabulous company that puts families first. I work with the families to put together resources and a program that works for their student. Each learning plan is individualized and personalized. I also get to go and meet the families in their homes three times per year. The rest of the time, I work from home to support students. Twenty-first century learning at its best!
Can you tell I am excited?
Putting my teaching hat on.
Connecting with students and their families.
Watch out Okanagan,
I am back!
11 thoughts on “Be a Teacher (again)”
Thanks Sylvia… you are always so encouraging!
I’m so happy for you
Joanna, I am so happy about you teaching and being able to work from home. I am just checking e-mails today after being away and of course the first place I go to is your blog. I can tell you are happy about this new part of your life. Good for you!! Love Auntie Gail
Thanks for your encouragement Auntie!
Hey kiddo, you have never stopped being a great teacher! Now go set their hearts and brains on fire! Bang on the drum! I may even play the Friday song tomorrow in your honour!
Thanks for the love you two! I hope you got you phone messages!
So wait – you are a homeschool teacher? Or supervisor?
How does it work?
Sounds interesting and exciting! (And intriguing, can’t you tell?)
I am soooo pumped! I am a homeschool teacher. I think of it like the parents are my teaching assistant, but I am the teacher responsible for planning and marking and collaborating with the family. It is teaching at its best. I have weekly contact with the family via Skype or email. I really get to know my students and journey with them in a profound way. I am soooo excited and feel very blessed!
Wow! That is WAY cool! I wish homeschool was more popular here, too – I wouldn’t mind doing what you do.
I assume you homeschool as well, right?