Join Us for a Twitter Chat Celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week!

#ArtofTeachingChat on May 10 @ 8 PM EST

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week, educators! To celebrate, we’re hosting a Twitter chat on May 10 at 8 PM EST all about the art of teaching. Oftentimes, Twitter chats focus on discipline-specific strategies to implement in the classroom. While this chat will spark conversation about strategy, it’s truly about exploring teaching as a profession. We want to provide you with the time and space to reflect on what drives you to power through your most difficult days, what energizes you on your best days, and what brought you to this profession in the first place. There will be opportunities for storytelling, advice-sharing, and goal-setting.

We’re happy to introduce our featured panelists for this chat, all talented educators and guest blog contributors for the Art of Teaching Project. In the chat, you’ll connect with:

Stacey Roshan, Math Teacher, @BuddyXO

Stacey Roshan is Upper School Technology Coordinator and Math teacher at Bullis School. She has a keen interest in discovering and bringing innovative tools into the classroom to engage students and to make learning feel like play. She has spent a lot of time working to flip the mathematics classroom in an effort to shift the culture to a more participatory learning space, focused on relationships and individual student’s needs. Her work on the flipped classroom has been featured in major newspapers such as USA Today, CNN, and The Washington Post and television on PBS Newshour. She has also been named Teacher of the Future by the National Association of Independent Schools. Stacey aims to empower teachers with ideas and tech tools to enrich and enliven the classroom by engaging learners. She tweets at: @buddyxo and blogs at:

Read Stacey’s contribution to the Art of Teaching Project:

Susan Barber, AP Teacher, @SusanGBarber

Susan Barber is a high school English teacher in Newnan, GA where she works hard to make a difference in students’ lives in Room 128, her school, community, and education as a whole. Check out Susan’s blog at

Read Susan’s contribution to the Art of Teaching Project:

See you at the chat!

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