Check it Out: NPR's Secret Lives of Teachers
Remember when you were 9 years old, strolling through the frozen food aisle with your mom, eyeing all of the ice cream when you turned to see... your TEACHER?! "What's HE doing here?" you thought. Teachers don't do normal human things! They TEACH! For some reason, this experience was embarrassing. You felt weird.
NPR is taking this experience to the next level, asking teachers to not only prove that they, too, grocery shop, but also do some pretty amazing things after the last bell rings. And it's not weird. It's awesome.
NPR's Secret Lives of Teachers
Ian Willey, an administrator in a NYC KIPP school, shared his rapping abilities with students and together they created a pretty awesome music video.
(No, he's not an alum. We checked.)
There are other great stories coming in daily; follow the buzz (and even add your own or a partner teacher's story!) by following @npr_ed on twitter, #secretteachers. The facebook page is here.