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What You Don’t Know About Teachers

Reflections on 21 months of pandemic teaching

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Dear Students,

Today, I did some math, and I realized that since I started teaching when I was 21, I have taught about 3,580 of you — mostly undergraduates, some adult teachers, and some high school students. This means I have worked with you when you were 18 and during one of the most liminal times in…




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Carley Moore

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