Teach Me, Teacher
#134 Sharing Resources Supports Equity (Kayse Morris pt.2)
Hello everyone! Today we are talking about how teachers can support teachers by sharing and creating resources with the amazing Kayse Morris, one of the thought leaders in “Teachers as CEOs” and a truly magnificent human. Her work with the Go-Getter’s Podcast is phenomenal, and a great resource for any teacher wanting to make money and run their own business.
If you missed part one where we aired out and discussed issues and the wonders of Teachers Pay Teachers, check it out here!
In any case! This turned out to be such an empowering episode. It's more than just sharing your resources. When you create, share, or inspire the cultivation of great resources online, you are helping equity spread to places where equity is not the norm. Many teachers do not have access to great curriculum or a district that can fund resources. By sharing yours, you are helping entire groups of communities.
We cover a lot in this episode, and you don't want to miss it!
For more episodes about using platforms to learn from and grow businesses with, check out my talk with Mr. D!
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