Connections: Linking Talented Educators
Connections: Linking Talented Educators


  • "Teaching has always been about making connections with students, whether at the elementary or high school level. You are never too..." (read more)
    Jennifer Paolantonio (RI '19)
    Teacher, Ponaganset High School
  • "When I was in school, art was a relief for me. It allowed me to express myself and practice creating things that were a challenge for..." (read more)
    Shalisha Thomas (AR '19)
    Teacher, Pine Bluff High School
  • "What’s beautiful about education is that every single teacher I’ve had throughout my career has provided me with a..." (read more)
    Carly Bowden (KS '19)
    Teacher, Monticello Trails Middle School
  • "History is interpretation and argumentation, and I cannot imagine teaching it without teaching students how to examine and write from..." (read more)
    Kathryn Daniels (MS '19)
    Teacher, Department Chairperson, & PLC Leader, Petal High School
  • "While I was in college, I saw how underrepresented women were in math and computer science classes. That was my inspiration to teach..." (read more)
    Laura Cole (KY '19)
    Academic Consultant, Scott High School
  • "Technology has advanced and evolved immensely. Some of the future careers many of my students will pursue haven’t even been created..." (read more)
    Miki Cacace (HI '19)
    Teacher, Ewa Makai Middle School
  • "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
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