Premiering this fall is a new show to which all teachers will be listening! It will inspire, encourage…sometimes teach a hard lesson…it will teach new ways and best of all, it will entertain. 

Stories will be narrated by Oscar Cielos Staton as well as guest narrators with complete anonymity. This means true names of educators, students and schools will not be used. Instead anonymous authors will be asked to replace all true names at time of submission. 

The purpose of your story must fall within one of these categories to be approved for publishing:

1) inspirational 

2) hard lesson learned

3) encouraging

If the story has a negative tone (as in 2) the author must express how their story fits in the larger teaching community and what positive messages right lesson they can taken down benefit from. 

The podcast premieres this fall as we collect and organize all teacher stories. A few have already started to come in and all we can say is WOW! This will be a must listen. 

Submit your story now by corresponding with teachcow@gmail.com. Remember we will respect your privacy, except in cases of illegal action. 

It’s as simple as sending your narrative to teachcow@gmail.com!

Posted by Oscar Cielos Staton

Oscar Cielos Staton began his teaching career in 1998 while continuing his passion for film production in Texas. He quickly developed an affinity for working with low socioeconomic Hispanic families. "The lives of my students," he says "very much mirror the life I once had as an immigrant in this country in a public elementary school. Actually, I tell them they are lucky because they have other students similar to them in the same classroom. My experience was that of a true minority in the classroom. Only one other student in my class spoke Spanish!" As a teacher, he established himself as someone in touch with the student experience. Nowadays Oscar continues his educational journey with the Teach Cow website and his podcast Teachers Talk Live, which brings together teachers from all over the world for talks on K-12 Education.

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  1. […] Source: Seeking stories for “My Truth: K12 stories” podcast  […]

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