I Need to Attend the TEACH MY HEART OUT Conference!
I need to go to this conference. I have researched and heard first-hand accounts from other teachers who have attended. They have become rejuvenated in their practice, and refreshed with a positive mindset.
My classroom is special because I live in a high-poverty area with students who need a phenomenal teacher who makes school fun and safe. My students always come in with academic gaps, so I am always learning more and reading more to do better as a teacher, keep my students engaged, and help close those academic gaps before they go on to sixth grade and the Junior High. After this conference, I anticipate being an even better teacher for my students, and a better resource for my co-workers.
It is my dream to attend this conference. Teach Your Heart Out is a conference that teaches new and innovative strategies to be implemented in elementary classrooms. The strategies are cutting edge and research-based. It is also a place where top educators can gather and share best practices, ideas, strategies, stories, and motivate each other to be better professionals.
This Teach Your Heart Out Conference is something I wish I could have attended my first year of teaching.
to be what every teacher needs to put the pep back in their step, and prevent teacher burnout. I want to always be a positive role model for my students, and I want to know what the latest research says is best practice. Students will benefit from the strategies that I will use in class, improving my management so we can use all of our time for learning and developing a community within the classroom.
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