Teague's Tech Treks

Learning Technology and other Tech Observations by Dr. Helen Teague

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ December 1

Good Teachers Work Hard

Great Teachers Work Together! ~Tom Loud, @loudlearning

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Today’s Weekend Ed. Quotes is dedicated to the best teacher I know: my mom, who would have turned 88 years old today.

 

 

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ March 5

The best teachers impart knowledge through sleight of hand, like a magician.

Kate Betts, American journalist

Amelia Teaching

photo by Helen Teague

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Weekend Ed. Quote~October 27

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Teach by Socrates

teaching quote by Aritotle

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Alternatives to Picnik

teaching is the profession that teaches all of the other professions

Created by Helen Teague via Picnik

 

Ok, I have put on my big girl smile and adjusted to the announcement that April is the end of Picnik. Thanks to Ann Voskamp for providing these alternatives to Picnik

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Can this also be said of teaching?

Erma Bombeck knew both the joys and sadness of having children. Some years ago she wrote, “I see children as kites.  You spend a lifetime trying to get them off the ground.  You run with them until you’re both breathless — they crash — they hit the rooftop — you patch and comfort, adjust and teach.  You watch them lifted by the wind and assure them that someday they’ll fly. Finally they are airborne: they need more string and you keep letting it out.  But with each twist of the ball of twine, there is a sadness that goes with joy.  The kite becomes more distant, and you know it won’t be long before that beautiful creature will snap the lifeline that binds you together and will soar as it is meant to soar, free and alone.  Only then do you know that you did your job.”

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From Carl Jung

“An understanding heart is everything in a teacher, and cannot be esteemed highly enough. One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feeling. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is the vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of the child.”

—Carl Jung, 1875-1961

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