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Courtney Teague

Dr. Courtney L. Teague has been an educator since 2006, working with students in kindergarten through adulthood. She is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert who is passionate about all things social media, technology, positive thinking, and collaborative learning. She has also presented at hundreds of teacher and leadership development sessions globally. Dr. Courtney enjoys empowering and helping educators from all over the world improve the classroom experience for their students. She believes that life is best lived while learning.

Some of Courtney's Webinars

Presented by Courtney Teague Wednesday, June 28, 2017
12:00 - 12:30 PM EDT

Q & A with Courtney Teague

If you weren't in education, what do you think you'd be doing and why?

I would be a traveling talk show host!

When you were a kid, you wanted to be a ______? Why?

teacher, nurse, attorney, entrepreneur, and bird (all in one). Why? I wnated to be free!

What's your idea of happiness?

24 hours of laughter

Twitter changed my life because:

I increased my personal and professional networks. Twitter removed communication barriers and provided the opportunity to connect with people with like minds globally.

What are your favorite books and authors?

Start with Why by Simon Sinek

The teacher who had the biggest impact on me and why:

My kindergartien teacher because she helped unearth my gift of speaking.

If you were dictator and had total control, tomorrow education would:

Be revamped to include vocational programs.

If you could live anywhere other than where you are, it would be:

Santorini

The biggest problem with K-12 education is:

the traditional classroom models

Do you have a motto you live by?

You have one life to live. Live happy.

I've always wanted to visit:

Jerusalem

What are your most treasured possessions?

My live experiences

If you never had to worry about making money, what would you do?

I would travel the world and teach kids how to code.

What kind of kid were you in high school?

I was very smart and curious.

What's the best piece of advice someone ever gave you?

Be the best version of yourself.