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This I TeachOver the last few weeks you’ve heard from us (Kim and Melissa) as we’ve shared how ancient models inspire our teaching. Mordecai, Mary, Daniel, Ezekiel, and of course, the Master Teacher. If you missed any of those posts, you can find them here: ancient models for teachers.

Over the next few weeks, we have a treat planned for you. We’ve asked teachers in different realms of education around the world to answer the question: What does it mean to you to be a teacher who follows the Master Teacher? We’ve entitled the series this i teachWhat a treasure chest full of answers we are receiving! We’ll start off with a post from a LEAPAsia board member, and then we’ll hear from both a teacher in Southeast Asia, and a teacher of teachers. We’ll also have posts from a teacher in China and a professor in Lithuania. These are posts you won’t want to miss, so see you back here on Wednesdays.

And in between times, feel free to tell us in the comments below or on any post: What does it mean to you to be a teacher who follows the Master Teacher?


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