Teachers Who Need More

This group is a place where teachers in the public and private sector can share ideas on how to use our unique skills to build a business to benefit ourselves and our clients.

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Started by Christine Draper. Last reply by Allan Dubon May 6. 1 Reply

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Comment by Amy Flatt on May 7, 2015 at 12:55pm

Glad to be here with other teachers.  How long does the label stick?

Comment by Christine Draper on April 8, 2015 at 10:49am

Hi, I am excited to be a part of this group.  I am a teacher at a wonderful school.  I have also published a small number of books and looking to put together a course or too as well.  Look forward to networking with the other people here.

Comment by Sarah Meek on February 12, 2015 at 5:48am

HI All!

Thought I would introduce myself. I was a preschool teacher but had to leave because I couldn't make ends meet. However, I'm still wildly passionate about Early Childhood Education and Development. I'm trying to create a side business now that taps into that passion as well as working full-time in another industry. I look forward to diving into this group! So excited to find fellows who are like minded. :D

Comment by Jon Becker on January 14, 2015 at 4:51am

So glad to find a group of fellow teachers who are looking beyond the classroom for entrepreneurial opportunities. I am a college math instructor and former high school teacher who is looking to expand into public speaking as a possible career change. I'll enjoy connecting with other teachers in this group!

You can check out my webpage at www.jonrbecker.com

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Comment by Todd Freese on January 9, 2015 at 3:01pm

Hello teachers.  Need some encouragement?  Need some hope?  Need some ideas?  Need to vent?  Check out my podcast at Two Teachers in Texas.  Let's work together to make a better school and a better life for we teachers.  

Comment by Kevin Marzi on December 18, 2014 at 7:56pm


I am starting a website www.paydaysforsnowdays.com to help teachers monetize their skills.  I would love to help you in your journey!  You have a tremendous amount of skills that are valuable in the workplace and can transition into a job outside of teaching.  You can inbox me at paydaysforsnowdays@gmail.com and we can chat.  

Have a great night,


Comment by Erin Shaw on July 1, 2014 at 2:20pm

Steven - Catherine asks some excellent questions. The answers are going to be important. Is returning to work as a research analyst or copywriter your goal? Do you want to start your own business? You can update your copy writing skills a number of ways. If you haven't already, check out Copyblogger for a wealth of info and Udemy for courses on just about anything you can think of. Once you sign up, they'll periodically send you notification of sales/coupons that can save you a significant amount on courses.

As educators, we have many skills that often go unrecognized. Check out this resource to see just how many.

Comment by Leta Muncie on July 1, 2014 at 11:45am

I like this discussion happening.  Thanks Steven for starting it.  Catherine, I've taken a similar path; though I hadn't retired I was "low man on the totem pole." Now, I am an adult consumer educator, a tutor and a coach.  Steven, are you wanting to go back into business, or something else educationally, or combining all of it.  I'm having lots of fun as I'm learning to combine my experiences and talents.  Lets keep this conversation going.  Hope we're all doing well.  Leta

Comment by Catherine Larson on July 1, 2014 at 10:21am

Steven - you do not say why you are leaving teaching or what your passions might be. I left teaching (retired) and continue to tutor, teach continuing education and provide workshops.

Comment by Steven Lauriano on July 1, 2014 at 9:18am

I am currently a teacher, and I am leaving the education field. I need some ideas of what someone with a teaching background can do for a career going forward. I worked in business as well for 5 years as a Senior Research Analyst and a Copywriter. The problem is that I was told that my past business experience is out of date, so I really need help figuring out what direction to go in now. Thanks!


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