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Teachers as Scholars Trinity University Center for Educational Leadership
Return to the classroom.
“These courses are valuable. They educate teachers with valid information that can be used anywhere.”
“I liked the experience of being a ‘student’ again and learning about a topic I wasn’t experienced in.”
“Food for the soul.”
“We shared our own experiences, and I learned a great amount of information.”
“The small class size made it easy to ask questions and cover many different topics.”
“Learning for learning’s sake — very refreshing.”
“My approach to teaching has been renewed and refreshed.”
“I loved the dialogue and exchange between the teacher and students. It was delightful.”
“This seminar has strengthened my self-esteem as a teacher.”
“It was fun and informative.”
“It was great to go to school again and be taught.”
“Opened my eyes. The discussions made this very, very interesting.”
“Very valuable insights. Usable, creative ideas.”
“I enjoyed it because it was such a ‘high level’ course. The teachers were excellent.”
“Stimulating and refreshing.”
“I really enjoyed stretching my mind, being forced to think about new things.”
“I enjoyed meeting and sharing information with other teachers from across the city.”
“A great opportunity for teachers to flex their own intellectual muscles...”
“I love going to school. This helps my creative brain get into gear.”
“This seminar made me remember my love of learning — why I am also a teacher.”
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