Last week I launched my latest endeavor in which I celebrated and shared my Thank You to a teacher who was so pivotal in my life. I challenged the you to share a story and give praise to someone that helped you along your journey of education.
After some thought I decided that I would help make things easier.
I have developed this form for you to enter all the goodies you wish to share. From there I will piece it together and share here on the website for others to be inspired by your story.
You can click the Teachers Save Lives tab in the upper right corner or click here to here my story and more about this project.
Since it is Teacher Appreciate Week this fits right into the scope of things.
Don’t forget to spread the word with #teacherssavelives
The world looks forward to hearing your story.
Here is my story dedicated to Mrs. Clarke, my high school photography teacher. I was able to be in her class for several years and without this room to learn and experiment in every day I don’t know what would have been.
I considered mashing up media, video, songs, etc. into a polished video, but in the end I decided not to. I kept it simple, uncut, no edits, and one shot. I wanted it to be real.
Words are never enough to properly express emotions, but I hope I am able to get my message across how much she helped me.
Enjoy the video.
I look forward to the next story. Will it be you?
Thank You Mrs. Clarke!
Check out the intro to this project
Teachers Save Lives Has Launched http://wp.me/p4covo-Po
Here it is. After a few weeks of trying to figure out the best approach to handle this idea and if I should even do they idea, I have decided to launch it. I don’t know where this will go. It may go nowhere. I may not hear from a single person or hear a single story.
That is ok
What matters is that I share my story. What matters is that I share my story with a teacher who I have held in such high regard for many reasons. It is time I let her know. Hopefully by sharing this with the world it will inspire others to do the same.
With so much negative press and media stories I think it is important to look for the positive.
My story will be posted soon, but in the meantime check out the intro video to this project.
I have created a hashtag #teacherssavelives so you can connect there and feel free to reach out.