Helping straight-talking teachers with a flair for fun in grades 2-3.
If you’re all about implementing super (yet practical) teaching practices, and love those little details that make teaching so much fun, you’re in the right place. Welcome Super Teacher!
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I’m Katie a.k.a. I Want to be a Super Teacher!
I’m so glad you’re here Super Teacher!
I have fourteen years of classroom teaching experience in grades 2-3 (+ one in fifth) and am passionate about helping teachers refine their practice & meet the needs of every learner. If you’re all about implementing super (practical!) teaching practices while keeping your sanity, come stay awhile.
Don’t let the “Super Teacher” title scare you.
You don’t have to be perfect to be super! In fact, the name of this site stemmed less from wanting to be a Super Teacher, and more from one of my favorite team Halloween costumes.
There’s a reason this blog is called I Want to be a Super Teacher (not I’m a Super Teacher, or Be a Super Teacher).
After 14 years working my tail off in the classroom, I still don’t feel like a “Super” Teacher. Teaching is hard!
Super Teachers are those who recognize we have more to learn, but are refining our practice, and doing our best to balance doing great work in the classroom with staying afloat in everyday life.
You don’t have to be perfect to be super.