“My proudest teaching moments are when…”

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“My proudest teaching moments are when…”

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Posted on October 04, 2023

When I hear learners faced with a curricular challenge say with joy - “I figured it out!”- that’s when I’m the proudest.

Posted on October 04, 2023

The best moments are when kids are proud of themselves ❤️

Posted on October 04, 2023

Students smile and gain a new interest in a topic or connect to a concept.

Posted on October 04, 2023

My proudest teaching moments are when students persist and problem-solve through a learning task and are proud of their process and final product! I am always so excited when a student can answer "I used to think... and now I know..." In a way that represents their commitment to continued growth and lifelong learning ❤️

Posted on October 04, 2023

When my students thank me for pushing them and holding them to higher expectations than they expect from themselves. When they no longer seek my validation and develop their own confidence in the work.

Posted on October 04, 2023

My proudest teaching moments are when my students are so engaged, that they are annoyed when the bell rings. Love that Apple Technology allows us to design highly engaging experiences for all of our learners.

Posted on October 04, 2023

When a student says, “Thank you for believing in me.” There’s absolutely nothing better. ♥️

Posted on October 04, 2023

My proudest moments as teacher are when I hear students discussing topics outside of class that we were covering in class. The lesson became more than just a 45 minute block of time.

Posted on October 04, 2023

My proudest moments as a teacher are when learners come to my room excited to share (with me or their peers) something they created, discovered, or addressed. I love to see that spark of passion, that pride! #YESand

Posted on October 04, 2023

My proudest teaching moments are when students recognize greatness in others. The moments when students listen to understand each other, when they build upon the thinking that has been shared, and when they compliment others for what they have created - those are the best.

Posted on October 04, 2023

My proudest teaching moments are when a classroom activity transcends to lifetime growth. For instance, when a student in my classroom develops a love of reading, because of how and what we read in class. Another example is when a student learns how to work collaboratively with others through an activity in class, and learns to use words to express how they’re feeling And problem solved. Proudest teaching moments are when students are proud of what they created in my classroom when they didn’t think they could. I’m proud when students are having fun and learning.

Posted on October 04, 2023

....students thank me at the end of class and tell me to have a good and that they will see me tomorrow. I am proud that they enjoy class enough to thank me for teaching them and that they look forward to the next class.

Posted on October 04, 2023

when I see them really collaborating to solve a problem together.

Posted on October 05, 2023

My proudest teaching moment is when a learner accomplishes a task they once thought was impossible. To witness their joy, pride, and sense of accomplishment is a gift.

Posted on October 05, 2023

When I meet one of them years later and they tell me how I changed their lives and explained to me where they are now.

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