We couldn’t agree more with the quote written on Jennifer Schnidman Medbery‘s hands above, “What do teachers make? A difference.” Due to their dedication to helping us learn, most of us have at least one or two teachers who are still dear to us for the impact they made on our lives. But we probably didn’t know them very well outside of education. That’s why today we’d like to feature teachers on about.me and learn what they like to do, what makes them tick, etc.
We love that Camile Betances uses the picture of herself from her own photography studio to show off her part time work as a photographer. It’s also fun to see how E. Delfin uses his page to showcase the works he’s painted on teachers’ podiums at his school. Then there’s Robert Pronovost who links to his his blog where others can see the creativity he’s applying to both the classroom and his own home (with his own homemade doorbell!).
As you browse these teacher’s pages, have a listen to this song made by another creative teacher.
A first grade teacher and cheerleading coach, Caitlin Conroy enjoys dancing and crafting in her spare time.
Álvaro Pascual Sanz is a STEM teacher in Segovia, Spain.
Camile Betances has been nominated and won awards for her teaching at high schools in South Florida.
We’re impressed by Robert Provonost‘s credentials as a Stanford STEP graduate and advocate for using tech to improve student’s lives.
In our experience, art teachers usually pretty awesome. Amanda Hack is no exception with this amazing picture she created for her background.
Marc Turu is a proud primary school teacher from Spain now living & working in the U.K.
Becky Greenhow is a teacher addicted to learning, social media and children’s books.
An Ohio high school teacher, David Wright also recently completed a graduate degree in Library and Information Science.
FLAGeorgia Teacher of the Year 2014, Catherine Flippen hosts a weekly YouTube show for educators to discuss innovative topics in education.
E. Delfin is an English teacher who likes Snoopy and is a DJ in his spare time.
Leslie Smith is “An English teacher with a large collection of books and cardigans”, as evidenced by her beautiful background picture.
Know any other groups of cool people who use about.me? Leave us a note about it in the comment section so we can feature them!