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About What the Teacher Wants:


What the Teacher Wants was started in 2010 as a way for Rachelle to post pictures of her classroom and share her teaching ideas. Soon after, Natalie (a close friend and sorority sister) asked to be a guest blogger... and the rest is history! 

About Rachelle:

Rachelle has been teaching 1st grade for 6 years. She received her degree in Elementary Education from Southern Utah University in 2008. She loves teaching and sharing her ideas with others. Rachelle is endorsed in Early Childhood Education and English as a Second Language.  She also presents for SDE (Staff Development for Educators).

About Natalie:

Natalie has been teaching 5th grade for 8 years. She graduated from Southern Utah University in 2006 and majored in Elementary Education with a Social Science Composite minor. She has also received her technology endorsement and is an eMINTS certified teacher. Natalie has been a presenter at her district's Summer Literacy & Science Institute and at the UCET Technology Conference in Utah. She is married and loves being a mommy to her two little kids. 


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