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IE 39 Interview Transcript With Joe Rivera. Lessons Learned From Teaching The Deaf.

SUNG LEE: Average person being an extraordinary teacher. It’s kind of like Clark Kent becoming Superman. This is Inspiring Educators, Episode No. 39. Joe Rivera is a middle school and high school teacher for the deaf and hard of hearing students at the Los Angeles Marlton schools. As a high school student, Joe was already […]

Getting Lost to Find Myself.   Taking A Leave of Absence from Teaching.

Getting Lost to Find Myself. Taking A Leave of Absence from Teaching.

     On February, 2007, I witnessed one of the most glorious sunrises I would experience in my life atop Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.  Our group, which started at midnight in a classic alpine start from our high basecamp, pushed upwards, climbed, and scrambled the rocky fields over the last remaining several thousand feet towards the […]

“Aim of Education” by Paul Yingling

The following is the transcript of Mr. Paul Yingling’s speech, “Aim of Education” from our episode 14.  It’s one of the more eloquently and honestly written assessment of the state of the education in the US.  Paul’s keen sense of situational awareness and his ability to influence and move his audience with words truly exemplifies […]