12 Oct Introducing Teachers2Teachers Global
For all my love of STEM education, I’m a big fan of words. Maybe you are, too? As much as I appreciate a challenging mathematics problem, a well-crafted sentence can cause me to shed tears of joy.
So the process we’ve undertaken at Teachers2Teachers-International over the past few months has thrilled me. We put our name under a verbal microscope and asked whether we could express ourselves more accurately.
This examination led us to the recognition that the personal relationships created through our programs are bigger than inter-national, or between two countries. The partnerships we’ve developed transcend borders. They underscore the continuous conversation we’re engaged in. To date, we have connected educators in nine countries across North, Central, and South America, as well as Africa.
Please allow us now to introduce you to Teachers2Teachers Global. Shifting from international to global represents the rapid growth we’ve undergone in the four years since our founding. We have witnessed many exciting education solutions grow out of the partnerships created when we connect teachers of different cultures.
To accompany our snazzy new name, we also designed a new logo with more vibrant colors. An easier-to-navigate website now showcases our innovative resources and travel opportunities for educators. You can now find the two most popular pages from our previous website, Global Math Stories (GMS) and Trips, featured in the main menu.
We’ve consolidated all our social media under the t2tglobal umbrella, so you can find us easily on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and even Pinterest (don’t be surprised if it speaks Spanish to you). Leave a comment there or here and let us know what you think of our fresh new look.
Roy & Brenda SteinhoffPosted at 02:44h, 17 October
Marvelous article and great new logo! The accomplishments of Teachers 2 Teachers Global in just four years affirm not only the wisdom, insight, and talent of all involved, but the deep need for these connections across cultures. Teachers everywhere strive to empower their students and welcome interactions with other professionals benefitting all. Congratulations on your wonderful work!