Connections: Linking Talented Educators
Connections: Linking Talented Educators


  • "Things I learned not to do during [my first year of teaching]: Don’t yell at the students, because they will turn a deaf ear...." (read more)
    Susan Moreno (TX '19)
    Teacher, Rogers Heritage High School
  • "To teachers who aren’t yet comfortable engaging with students about social justice, here’s my advice: Let them talk. Open the..." (read more)
    Baruti K. Kafele (NJ '09)
    Educational Consultant, Principal Kafele Consulting, LLC
  • "Returning to the classroom will give me an opportunity to reconnect with students, build a caring classroom community, develop a new..." (read more)
    Lacy Rivera (NM '19)
    Teacher, Sundance Elementary School
  • "When faced with adversity, we learn our true strength." — from Students, Your Teachers Believe in You (video)..." (read more)
    Silvia Miranda (NM '18)
    Reading Specialist, Clovis Municipal School District
  • "No matter how long you’ve been in the classroom, you have the very important ability to learn and grow from your..." (read more)
    Mark D. Kaercher (NH '01)
    Mathematics Teacher, Shaker High School
  • "Your lessons will mean nothing if you don’t take the time to build relationships with your students." — Advice for..." (read more)
    Katie McQuone Botello (CA '19)
    Video Production Academy Coordinator, Sunnyside High School
  • "Humanity always comes before academic content, so take the time to listen to your students, give them space to be themselves, and..." (read more)
    Dr. Manuel Rustin (CA '11)
    Teacher, John Muir High School
  • "Seek out mentors in the profession who push you to be better, not complacent."

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    Nathan Gibbs-Bowling (WA '13)
    Teacher, American Community Schools
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