Tag Archives: teaching

Meet my Guest of Honor – Shanon Banks

Today’s Guest of Honor is Shanon Banks and she is the teacher behind Shanon’s School Supplies TeachersPayTeachers store and A Day In The Life Of A Title I Teacher! blog. She can also be found on her Facebook page here. Please visit these locations and leave her some “love” 😉 Here are Shanon’s answers to my interview: How long have you been… Read more »

Rewarding in the classroom – should we be concerned?

Rewarding in The Classroom - Should we be concerned about rewarding students for their achievements? Shouldn't rewards be intrinsic?

“Learning should be a reward in itself!” This is the philosophy my husband and I use to raise our children. We firmly believe that rewarding children for every single thing they do isn’t healthy. Rewarding children because they are good students or because they are well-behaved and apply themselves in school, will not teach them anything of value. In my… Read more »

Meet my Guest of Honor – Paula Ramirez, M.Ed.

Today’s Guest of Honor is Paula Ramirez, M.Ed. and she is the teacher behind Creative Expressions TeachersPayTeachers store and the Creative Expressions blog. Please visit her store and/or blog and leave her some “love” 😉 Here are Paula’s answers to my interview: How long have you been a teacher? 23 years. Why did you become a teacher? I loved the learning process, and I truly… Read more »

The moment I realized I wanted to become a teacher!

Amazingly, I can pin point the exact moment when I realized that teaching was what I was meant to do in life. Oh, I am convinced that growing up in a family where most of its members are teachers, had something to do with it. I will even go as far as to say that having a teacher for a… Read more »