Everyone has a story.
Over the years I have met and worked with hundreds of dedicated and enthusiastic educators who make a difference in the lives of others. It’s what happens when you spend 30 years of your life as a teacher and principal. I currently work in a regional role spending my days supporting principals and teachers in thirty schools across Central Queensland, Australia.
In late 2014, conversations, comments online, news reports and exchanges on social media highlighted to me, the dissatisfaction and desperation educators were feeling. I compiled ‘101 Alternative Careers for Teachers’, not because I want people to leave education, but because I want educators to see they had options. Lots of options. I gave the ebook away. I still do. You can grab a copy for yourself.
My ambition is to capture the personal stories and experiences of educators to reclaim the passion within our profession. As a side project, I have published a career and lifestyle magazine for teachers. It’s the kind of magazine you’ll look forward to reading in your time off – the complete opposite of the education journals found in the common room. Here is the Introductory Issue.
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