The Transplant Teacher with Angie Busch Alston Transformative Principal 442

Angie Busch Alstonis a teacher in Brevig Mission, a small Inupiaq village on the Seward Peninsula. She came to Alaska in 2005 for a one year adventure and ended up staying. She prizes classroom and community connections and believes all teachers can open themselves to the richness and value around them. She is also the author of The Transplant Teacher, a book to help teachers thrive when they live and teach in new places. Find her online at theAlaskaTeacher.com.

Transplant plant analogy. How to survive and thrive when you’re in a new environment. Roll with whatever is going on. Connect with the people around you and look inward. How to stay connected? Get involved, try things, and participate. Make connections a little bit at a time. Relationships are built a little bit at a time. If introverted, look for an ally. How to be a transformative principal? Help foster connections. Sponsors InControl SEL for Middle School

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