Friday, July 11, 2008

Summing Up in Six Words

Some members of the Teacher Leaders Network recently accepted a challenge to write a six-word memoir of their lives as educators. Among the entries: "Teaching middle school. Lost my mind?" and "They asked. I listened. We learned." Teacher Magazine

Kelly Daly Flynn, who holds a University of Michigan diploma, was unashamedly proud. "ADD won't stop me. I exceed."
Vic Doucette, Crain's Detroit Business copy editor and volunteer: "Helps writers and special-needs kids."
Retired principal Dave Seitenbach, on the attractions of his profession: "Chilluns need learnin'; June, July, August!"
Bob McBroom, another educator who spent 25 years at Utica Stevenson High: "Teaching's my vocation; learning, my passion." DetNews

It's your turn, can you share yours?

1 comment:

Kevin said...

Here is mine, Maria.

Always thinking: exploration, investigation, dedication, education.


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