Chat to sexy teachers
Ironically, I have established a unique movement in my own class that fosters pastorial care and social/emotional learning. Your work is inspiring and I’ve been listening to your podcast all morning. Weekly interviews with professional educators, like Cami Anderson, who chats honestly about the difference between equality and equity and why educators need to get it right.Recognized by TIME magazine as one of the world’s 100 most influential people, Cami is a fierce advocate of high academic expectations and a well-rounded educational system that meets the needs of all students, from all walks of life.
Make Friends with Her While conversations about classroom stuff are good for a start, try to transition from them gradually and start talking about general stuff.Compliments are good way to flirt, but you will have to keep them subtle when flirting with your teacher.For instance, say “that’s a really nice handbag/dress/pair of shoes, Miss Parker”.Listen to her and other teachers, such as Andrea Burke who share their journeys and why teaching is such a special professional in “that you don’t really understand it unless you’re in it!” Along with podcasts that feature experienced teachers and their journey in education, I also write blogs, typically inspired by my chats, or by my very own students! You discuss so many important concepts for new teachers, especially being comfortable being yourself. – Kimberly Johnson, Teacher @ New York City Department of Education Jennifer!