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End of the Year Reflections

Here in the global offices of TeachBeyond, we spend a lot of time thinking about, discussing, and seeking to find ways to implement practices that will help foster transformational education in the classrooms, schools and communities in which our teachers serve. We are constantly reflecting on how we can support our members as they live […]







I am in a Professional Learning Community

I am in a Professional Learning Community The most valuable resource that all teachers have is each other.  Without collaboration our growth is limited to our own perspectives. – Robert John Meehan Sometimes as an educator it feels as if the Professional Learning Community (PLC) ideal is unattainable.  It is a nice thought, but executing […]



Keeping your Head Above Water

Ask any teacher, and they’ll tell you the same thing: teaching is complex. It is far harder than it seems at first glance. There are so many different activities to stay on top of: lesson planning, classroom management, testing, differentiation, field trips, record-keeping, communication, faculty committees, professional development, oh—and loving each one of the youngsters […]


Role Reversal

Eventually it happens to us all: The big dog becomes the little dog, the first become the last, the child becomes a parent, the student becomes the teacher. For me, after 12 years of being a teacher I’ve become a student again. Since January I have been enrolled in full-time language school to learn French […]