Love to Teach
Helping to keep quality teachers in the classroom!
After many years of loving my job and always excited to be at school, things happened one year that changed my whole perspective. My passion and my joy to help students and teachers had been stomped on and extinguished! A couple of years later, I had an Ah-ha moment. If someone who had embraced the calling to make a difference as a teacher and had such a strong passion for education as I did could be made to feel unwanted and incompetent, how many others were feeling the same and coping with similar circumstances? Out of that frustration, depression, and unhappiness grew this new mission and vision for my life! I have been able to embrace my passion and joy again! I want to help others too! ~Cheri
Thirty-four of my thirty-five years in the classroom were wonderful. I felt like I made a difference in my classes and with the lessons I taught; I had established some great relationships with both students and colleagues. My opinion mattered and many took my advice. And then my thirty-fifth year came and I hated being at school almost every single day! I observed some of my colleagues being bullied and I witnessed high school students being humiliated ---- by the administrators. I felt powerless to help and felt that I was being targeted as well. My new focus is to share my experience and offer help to others. ~Lloyd
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Cheri & Lloyd with Jack Canfield in Philadelphia for a Quantum Leap meeting on September 11, 2014