Comment Policy

TeacherLingo aims to build a community with readers who are informed, entertained and engaged both with our bloggers and with each other.

We have an internal WordPress-based comment system. Our bloggers are charged with maintaining his or her community as they see fit. It’s up to them to decide what kind of language and the level of civility will be permitted in their comments.

TeacherLingo reserves the right to remove comments and terminate user accounts that violate our terms of service. When considering what to leave in a comment the best advice remains: Don’t say anything you wouldn’t say in person.

Welcome to Teacher Lingo

TeacherLingo is a network connecting Teachers with each other for support and provides a place for them to share their stories and insights with the world. We welcome you to meet our bloggers, post comments, or pitch your blog idea.

Featured Bloggers

George Couros

I am a learner, educator, and Innovative Teaching, Learning, and Leadership Consultant. I believe we need to inspire our kids to follow their passions while letting them inspire us to do the same.

Shemarlie Gani

Shemarlie is a Primary Years Teacher, collaborating with learners to discover their potential by providing a thoughtful environment and culture, where all learners feel included and empowered in their ability to learn.

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