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What do teachers and school leaders need to hear more often?

By Karen Marklein
February 2020
Vol 41, No. 1
In the fall of 2019, Karen Marklein and Cicely Woodard interviewed students in Tennessee about what they think teachers and school leaders need to hear from young people. In this video, elementary, middle, and high school students share their thoughts and thanks with teachers.    

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Karen Marklein

Karen Marklein is Program Director at the Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning and Innovation at Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN. Cicely Woodard is a middle school mathematics teacher in Franklin Special School District in Franklin, TN. Video editing was done by Forrest Doddington, Content Technology Specialist at the Ayers Institute.


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