GET INVOLVED!

I’m thrilled to hear of your interest in learning more about The Teaching Coats Project!  I invite you to register for the FULL DAY STA CONVENTION WORKSHOP and sign up to receive notice of all the exciting new content that is development now.  Just add your name and email in the form to the right.
  • Do you want to learn more about or get involved with the Teaching Coats Project?
  • Do you want to make your own Teaching Coat, and would you like information, tips, or questions and creative prompts to help get you started?
  • Are you interested in attending or hosting a Teaching Coats Project Event or Professional Development Session?
  • Do you have questions, comments, or advice regarding the Teaching Coats Project?
  • Have you created a Teaching Coat?  Would you like to see pictures of it posted in the galleries coming soon to this website?

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The Teaching Coats Project is a passion for me, and I would be honoured and thrilled to hear from you! Please send any private correspondence to me, Tiffany Poirier, in an email: tiffany@qisforquestion.com

Also, you can share any of your comments, thoughts, or advice in the public space below.

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5 thoughts on “GET INVOLVED!

  1. This is a beautiful website and a really thought-provoking project! I am actively collecting my thoughts and ideas so I can begin my own teaching coat really soon. I know this will be a really worthwhile professional growth activity, and I am looking forward to the fun of bringing the arts into it.

  2. Hello Tiffany,
    I thought it might be of interest to you to know that we are using your concept of the teaching coat in a faculty learning community here at Mount Royal University.Considering the idea of the coat has provided the basis for conversation around identity and change. We are in the midst of a creative experiment with our own coats which is proving to be an interesting and sometimes challenging process.
    Thanks for this great idea.
    Best Regards,

    Anne Scrimger
    Faculty Development Consultant
    Associate Professor
    Mount Royal University

  3. I read the book the Courage to Teach and began working on my Teaching Coat. I am attaching a copy of the front and the back of it. I thought of who I am as a person and as a teacher. Emotionally I am a Mama Bear. I am also my students’ advocate. Through my carreer I have worked mostly with English Language Learners and English is my second language. I am also a gardener, who plants seeds of knowledge and allow God to water that seed that I have planted in faith. Why God and faith? Because I am a Christian woman who believes in the Word of God. Therefore, I know that teaching is a work of the heart and “where your treasure is there your heart will be also” Mathew 6:21. I was created from dust and I will return to it one day, meanwhile I have this wonderful priviledge and responsibility to give gold nuggets to others. What a blessing is to be a teacher!

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