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It’s often suggested that the most underappreciated vocation on the planet is the teaching profession. However, when an individual is looking to take on this career choice, they shouldn’t have to circumnavigate millions of pages of online data to retain the complete information they require in order to formulate a strong plan to achieve their goals. This is the primary reason why we have launched – to offer would be educators an easy to navigate online platform that will help them learn more about specific teaching careers, along with arming them with the proper tools and tips to achieve their goal of becoming an educator.

WHAT WE DO was built by a collaborative team of educational and career experts who focus their efforts on providing students of all levels with factual resources that will help them navigate the educational and career hurdles required to achieve their professional goals. This website was developed with the future and existing teacher in mind – to be a hub of educational and career tips and advice from fellow teachers and career guidance experts who have traveled on this journey themselves.

Our website offers teachers a wealth of practical data including:

Teachers are the people who will shape tomorrow’s world leaders. We’re dedicated to making their path a simpler one to travel.

feature contributors

Dr. Cathleen Eichorn:

Cathleen holds a PhD in Education (York). Her essays, articles and reviews have been published in research journals across the United States and internationally. She also has over two decades of experience working as an educator. Cait has worked as a community educator, adult educator at the college level, and as a university professor, teaching courses and seminars at the undergraduate and graduate levels in education and the humanities.

Lisa Grossbauer

Lisa Grossbauer is an Instructor of Mathematics at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pennsylvania. Like a growing number of people in the teaching profession, Ms. Grossbauer’s arrived in the teaching profession after pursuing another professional pathway. For fifteen years, she worked as an Aerospace Software Engineer at Lockheed Martin Corporation. Midway through her career, Ms. Grossbauer decided to switch career tracks and take up a teaching position at Ursinus College where she simultaneously completed a Secondary Education Certificate in Mathematics. Recognizing that many students struggle to acquire strong skills in mathematics and statistics, Ms. Grossbauer has since dedicated herself to developing pedagogical innovations in both fields. She is also an active member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and the Association of Teachers of Mathematics of Philadelphia and Vicinity.

Terri Tharp

Terri is an assistant professor in the Elementary & Special Education Department at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU).

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