I recently had the extreme pleasure of being interviewed by the Australian educator and blogger, Norah Colvin, about my book, They Call Me Mom. It was great to discuss my book, teaching career, and future goals.
Norah is one of those people who goes the extra mile for children. She combines her love of teaching and writing by creating original educational materials for students in the most crucial first years of school. While I’d appreciate you reading her interview, I also encourage you to check out her educational site https://www.readilearn.com.au/ as well as her blog. https://norahcolvin.com/. She has so many excellent educational materials for students in kindergarten-second grade.
Today it is my great pleasure to introduce you to Pete Springer. Pete was a classroom teacher for over thirty years. When he retired, he decided to share his experiences and wisdom with others who may be at different stages of their teaching journey. His book is a pleasure to read. He writes from the heart and every teacher will find something within the pages of his book with which they can identify or/and learn from. It will have you nodding your head in agreement, inspire an ‘aha’ moment, make you laugh and make you cry. From when you open the book until you close it, you will know that this is the honest voice of an authentic teacher who made, and continues to make, a positive difference to the lives of others.
About Pete Springer
Hi Pete, welcome to readilearn. Before we begin the interview, please tell us a…
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