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Show & Tell! A Call for Content from Our Fabulous Friends

May 5, 2019 / by Teaching Channel

Are you doing something in your classroom or school that you're proud of and think others would gain from seeing and doing too? Tch knows you are! Share it!

Teaching Channel’s mission is to create an environment where teachers can watch, share, and learn new techniques to help every student grow. We pride ourselves on opening classroom doors throughout the country and world to illustrate great practices with the goal of expanding and refining the repertoire of instruction for teachers everywhere. AND we know that great and innovative practices occur every day in classrooms like yours.  

We are currently seeking video and blog contributors. Whether you’re a teacher working on your own or as a group, an educational organization that has high-quality videos or other resources, or a university research group that has something to share freely, we want to hear from you! 

Our motto is Getting Better Together, so we know that letting the education world know about your impactful work and materials is a way to do just that. We'd like to thank these great folks who have helped pave the way and now provide examples of how we’ve helped to distribute and showcase the work of others on Tch. 

If you’re interested to learn more about how we can share and bring attention to your work, please complete this form and we’ll be in touch in a jiffy. 

Yours in education, 

Paul Teske, Sherri Devine, Kim Silva, Cherry Thompson, John Ward, Cheri Dedmon, and Catherine Guimaraes 


More Video Resources

Need a few more examples? We've put the camera in the hands of our teacher laureates and they've done some wonderful work with them. See Sarah Brown Wessling's Tcher's Cut videos, watch Tom Jenkins build a rocket launcher, or Kristin Gray get down in the trenches with math routines. These are but a few ways that we've been able to highlight highly shareable classroom work in the past, and we'd love to shine a light on what you do, too!

Topics: Professional Learning, Teaching Channel News, Technology in the Classroom

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