It’s happening right now. Really it is. We have three Sustainable Content Teacher Memberships open for enrollment right now, with amazing teacher- content coaches just waiting to support you, provide you with materials, and get you confident in your course.
Here’s the thing. As much as we, meaning myself and the amazing content coaches on my team love to teach and are absolutely reaching thousands of students, that’s not the only kind of impact we want to have.
We believe in empowering teachers. Building their confidence, and most importantly, removing huge chunks of their to-do list (without sacrificing effectiveness of course) so they can focus more on what this pandemic has taught us is truly important about what we do… making connections with our students. That’s it.
When your students are connected to you and within your classroom, they perform better. But most teachers, especially those new to their content...
Guess what!?! Teach On A Mission, LLC, is growing, and I am so excited to introduce you to Rachelle Dusso in this episode. Rachelle is a five-year teacher in Wisconsin who is joining our team as the Content Coach for our Sustainable Psych Teacher membership for AP® Psychology teachers!
In this episode she not only introduces herself, but brings us 3 steps to a successful year for all our AP® Psychology teachers out there. But that’s not all… she’s got 7 more steps (plus a bonus)... that’s right 7 more actionable steps you can be taking this summer to make sure your school year is successful and sustainable in AP® Psychology.
Grab the full download - AP® Psych Done Right Teacher Workbook - at the link here.
To hear the full interview with Rachelle, please listen to the episode at the top of this page or on your favorite podcast streaming app - just search for Sustainable Teacher.
Rachelle is a fifth...
I feel like I've been talking a big game about content coaching lately, so I want to back up all that talk with real evidence; real stories from real teachers. First, I want to remind you that I am a teacher. I am not an instructional coach, or even a content coach – at least not in the way that a school district has named me as such. I do have a master’s degree that would qualify me for those titles, but my experience in the classroom has been what’s drawn teachers to me for support and guidance, not a title.
As I’ve been teaching and flipping AP Psychology for almost ten years, many fellow AP Psych teachers have reached out and sought advice or sent their appreciation for the videos and various resources I’ve built specific to the course.
This past school year, I was able to branch out a bit from my normal in-the-classroom teaching gig and work one-on-one with a few teachers who were newer to the subject of AP Psychology. To be...