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Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalist Highlight: Robin Chaurasiya

Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Teacher, Robin Chaurasiya

March 8th 2016

“They’ve been told they can never be role models, never pursue their dreams, and never be happy, and yet, they have done all of these things passionately and unapologetically. That, to me, is success.”–Robin Chaurasiya On the 17th of February, Stephen Hawking announced the Top 10 Global Teacher Prize finalists. The ten finalists are truly […]

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Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalist Highlight: Richard Johnson

Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalist Richard Johnson

March 4th 2016

“Preparing children to be global citizens is very much a case of influencing their attitude to life and the world around them.”–Richard Johnson On the 17th of February, Stephen Hawking announced the Top 10 Global Teacher Prize finalists. The ten finalists are truly incredible and inspiring. They are a diverse group of people representing 5 […]

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Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalist Highlight: Michael Soskil

Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalist- Michael Soskil

March 4th 2016

“When students feel the joy that comes from helping others, they grow to be the world changers of tomorrow.”–Michael Soskil On the 17th of February, Stephen Hawking announced the Top 10 Global Teacher Prize finalists. The ten finalists are truly incredible and inspiring. They are a diverse group of people representing 5 continents, 9 countries, […]

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Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalist Highlight: Maarit Rossi

Maarit Rossi Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalist

March 2nd 2016

“Math is not a list of rules to be remembered. It is a tool to look at the world that really makes sense. Math is no longer boring but challenging, stimulating and even FUN.”–Maarit Rossi On the 17th of February, Stephen Hawking announced the Top 10 Global Teacher Prize finalists. The ten finalists are truly […]

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Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalist Highlight: Kazuya Takahashi

Kazuya Takahasi global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalist

February 29th 2016

“I believe what students learn in class should also be applicable to real life. There is no distinction between inside and outside school.”–Kazuya Takahashi On the 17th of February, Stephen Hawking announced the Top 10 Global Teacher Prize finalists. The ten finalists are truly incredible and inspiring. They are a diverse group of people representing […]

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Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalist Highlight: Joe Fatheree

Joe Fatheree Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Teacher

February 26th 2016

“I believe that as teacher leaders we are making a difference and there is hope for a brighter tomorrow.” –Joe Fatheree On the 17th of February, Stephen Hawking announced the Top 10 Global Teacher Prize finalists. The ten finalists are truly incredible and inspiring. They are a diverse group of people representing 5 continents, 9 […]

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What Gets You Out of Bed? The Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalists Share

Global Teacher Prize Inspire

February 26th 2016

The Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalists are so passionate about their jobs and their students. While they work in different places, with different types of students there was one common theme that emerged when we asked them – what inspires you and gets you out of bed every morning? See if you can spot […]

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Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalist Highlight: Hanan Al Hroub

Hanan Al Hroub Global Teacher Prize Top Ten Finalist

February 25th 2016

“Our children must live in peace, and that is why I created peace in the classroom.” –Hanan Al Hroub On the 17th of February, Stephen Hawking announced the Top 10 Global Teacher Prize finalists. The ten finalists are truly incredible and inspiring. They are a diverse group of people representing 5 continents, 9 countries, a […]

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Global Teacher Prize Top Ten Finalists Share: Why They Love Teaching

Global Teacher Prize Top Ten Finalists

February 24th 2016

The Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalists are truly incredible and inspiring teachers. Their classroom experiences couldn’t be more different. They work across a wide range of ages and subjects, in differing countries and circumstances. While they may be very different there is one thing that ties them all together and that is their passion […]

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