In this week’s episode, Kyle Krueger and Wilkie Law, share their struggles as a teacher and how providing their authentic self to their students allowed them to gain deeper relationships, model failure, and enhance creativity. In this episode, we discuss:
The Lighthouse Project
And their relaunched podcast, “We Teach Inspire”
About Kyle Krueger
Kyle Krueger has been a middle school social studies teacher for 11 years split between Houston and the Twin Cities. Along with teaching he started a non-profit called Lighthouse Educator Development with best buddy Wilkie Law. They have a passion for helping teachers early in their careers and helping students develop their creativity. In his spare time Kyle enjoys working outside, eating good food, and watching Hallmark movies with his wife of almost two years.
Wilkie Law is a math teacher and instructional coach in Houston, Texas. Over the course of his career he has been in Special Education, taught 6th grade math and been a math instructional coach. When Wil isn’t teaching he enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, making music, and training his dogs. This August Wilkie will graduate with his doctorate in education from Concordia University of Texas.
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