5 Teachers You Should Be Following on Instagram Right Now
Instagram is quickly becoming one of the world’s most popular virtual teacher lounges. Not only is this social media site a hotbed of perfectly proportioned photos, but it also has great ideas, content and classroom inspiration for teachers.
From funny facts about teachers’ daily routines to motivational quotes and just about everything in between, these teachers are sure to help you survive the school year.
Keep scrolling to meet some of our favorite teachers to follow on Insta, in no particular order.
1. Mrs. Rory Yakubov(@iteachalgebra)
This mother, dog-lover and long-time Algebra teacher shares anchor charts, foldables and math posters that are sure to keep you coming back fore more.
2. Ms. Stephanie Yi (@mathwithmsyi)
This 5th grade math teacher who just moved from Boston to the Bay Area will make you wish she was the one who taught you how to multiply fractions and divide whole numbers.
3. Esther Brunat (@estherbrunat)
This hilarious millennial describes herself as a math teacher to hormonal high schoolers. Her life goal: fill up all the pages of her passport by the time it expires in 2021. Follow Esther for funny daily stories and math memes.
This Houston, TX math teacher taught in Thailand over the summer and is back in Texas guiding students through algebra and geometry. Prepare for major classroom envy --- hers looks like it belongs in the pages of a lifestyle magazine.
This teacher means business. She shares what we all love most: practical resources that help teachers navigate principles like absolute value and linear functions.
Get ready to scroll until your thumbs hurt. Did we forget one of your faves? DM us on Instagram (@TICalculators) and tell us what teacher we should be sure to follow.
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