Teachers and educators are facing challenges like never before, including battling misinformation, burned-out kids, parents, and of course—COVID.
Join J.R. Jamison as he explores these challenges and shares the story of a man who stays in teaching despite external pressures; another from a woman who uses empathy to teach multicultural education; and one from a teacher who decided to make her own kind of change—at the Statehouse.
Photo – Via Flickr Creative Commons by Phil Roeder: https://flic.kr/p/2kf6XeR.
Stories included in this episode –
- This Is Why I Teach
An anonymous story as told to Suzanne Clem from Facing Teaching
- Mrs. Miller, You Set Us Up!
Barbara Miller’s story as told to Clarissa Cheslyn from Facing Teaching
- Votes for My Students
Melanie Wright’s story as told to Susan Volbrecht from Facing Teaching
Music used in this episode –
- “GREEN LEAVES” by Jason Shaw
Released under an Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US) license.
From the Free Music Archive.