What I Love about Teaching

Credit: nikolayhg (Pixabay)
Credit: nikolayhg (Pixabay)
I know, it’s not the time of year when most of us wildly love teaching, but I’m thinking across the long trajectory of my career. I remember that first day in class when I spent a lot of time on my outfit and the content and none on my nearly empty teaching toolbox. Little did I know that I would spend much of my career filling my own box, trying to do that for others and in the process developing a lifelong love of teaching.

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