So last week when I went to the Teachers Pay Teachers Conference in Orlando, I was able to meet Kayse Morris. She makes the most adorable high energy videos for teachers. I watched all of her videos while I was learning how to set up my own TpT store. Kayse had all the people who attended her workshop (LEARNshop, as I like to call them), make their first Facebook Live video right then and there. It was fun, but I quickly realized I better have something to say, no gum in my mouth and to pan the room much slower when I make future videos. I didn’t say much in my video and when I did, I mispronounced Kayse’s name… EMBARRASSING! So this week not only did I build a NEW blog, but I’m working on my first PLANNED video packed with teacher tips! Keep following my blog to see if it turns out helpful or hurtful.
Hello World! I attended my first TpT conference in Orlando, Florida last week. It was more than I expected. I was a little nervous about going to a conference all by myself. It didn’t take long until I met a lot of nice like-minded educators. I’ve blogged for years under RockingEducation, but after attending this powerful motivating conference, I realize it’s time to commit to TEACHER’S BRAIN as a blog spot! The workshops
(Oops, I mean LEARNshops. At least that’s what I am calling them now.) were full of so much information that my head was spinning like a top! I couldn’t wait to get home and start working. I started making educational materials and selling them on Teachers Pay Teachers a few months ago and fell in love with creating new exciting materials for my students. Now that I’ve attended this conference and can see what a fantastic company it is to work for, I’m sold! I will be producing items regularly now. Not only do I enjoy making products for teachers and hearing how my products make a difference in their classrooms, but I LOVE mentoring and helping teachers too. So I have made it a goal, (even though I’m a newbie) to help you in any way I can in your classroom or making you becoming a successful TpT seller.
Things I Learned