Taking the Leap of Faith with 39-year Veteran Teacher Lou Zulli
From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis
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Great teachers are always great. Right? Wrong. Most of us start off teaching by making mistakes — LOTS OF THEM. Lou Zulli is a pro. He’s been teaching for more than 39 years. And yet, today, he remembers the times he failed.
He calls himself the teacher from Ferris Bueller’s day off — he says he was so boring — that was then. This is now. By sharing his authentic journey, you’ll feel empowered and excited to be a better teacher.
Hats off to my friend Lou for his professionalism and authenticity. Today’s episode is a heartwarming trip into one man’s journey to become a better teacher.
Who is Lou Zulli?
Lou Zulli Jr.@lzulli has been an educator for 39 years, the past 18 as the IT instructor and network administrator for the Center for Advanced Technologies at Lakewood High School in St. Petersburg, FL. [Listen to his previous show about his program.]
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