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About UsWho we are
is a teacher friendly, safe community dedicated to teachers. We know
that teachers like to share ideas and experiences and that having a
family of teachers in similar teaching situations can make it easier to
get through the week. We want this to be a rewarding blog community
where you can come to share and publish your thoughts and concerns about
education. We also hope that you will participate in the community and
offer your thoughts and comments to other members.
TeacherLingo, we realize that administrators, teachers, students, and
parents all work together. It is our priority to make sure that all
content and members of our community are focused on education. It is
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join our community and remain anonymous. This gives you the freedom to
express your true feelings about topics without getting in the hot seat
When Betty co-founded TeacherLingo.com back in December of 2006, she admits she was computer challenged at the time, so blogging was a big step for her. However she could see the possibilities that it created for connecting with other educators. She was amazed at how easy it was and how fulfilling it has been for her. She has been able to connect with hundreds of teachers and share her experiences both past and present related to teaching.
Betty recently retired from public education after teaching sixth grade in Texas for twenty years. She comes from a family of teachers, who often pass the time by sharing funny stories, concerns, and successful experiences about teaching. One of her favorite sayings is "Find something to laugh about every day." She believes in having as much fun as she possibly can.
Blog: Betty's Timely Teacher Talk
TeacherLingo Profile: Betty
Facebook: Betty Miller
Betty co-founded TeacherLingo.com with her son-in-law, Preston. Preston is a software developer with over 10 years of experience in software and web application design and development. He is passionate about creating and growing online communities and sharing his technical expertise through his blog, BloggingTipsForTeachers.com. Preston is also the site administrator and developer.
Preston believes that with the power of the community that anything is possible.
Blog: Blogging Tips for Teachers
Facebook: Preston Ridley
Together, Betty and Preston are looking forward to the experiences they will gain through the online educational community.