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Why I Teach, a Motivational and Interactive Staff-Development Poem and Song

Why I Teach, a Motivational and Interactive Staff-Development Poem and Song
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This original motivational and interactive staff-development poem and song from Bee with Babsy B shares the why behind a teacher’s dedication to students. I wrote this poem to provide a fun and motivational tool that shares the why behind my own dedication to students, and quickly learned I would use it in my staff-development seminars. The poem, which can be sung to the tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,” invites attendees to join in to say or sing their own vows to their chosen career. Seminar attendees ask for this poem and others, such as “How I Teach,” to use in their trainings or for their own motivation. In response, I’m pleased to offer in My TpT Store this poem, along with other original poems and strategies I use in staff-development trainings. You will also find a number of my original poems with activities for use with students, as well as more of my unique and original teaching products. Thank you for downloading this product. Enjoy! Please contact me with questions or comments at


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We vigorously protect and defend our copyright. This product is made available as a download purchase by its author. All rights are reserved by the author, Babs Bell Hajdusiewicz, store owner and DBA as Bee with Babsy B, a division of Reading Realm, Inc. Copyright infringement is illegal. Printing of this poem without including its copyright notice and any trademark notice included therein constitutes copyright infringement and is illegal and strictly forbidden by copyright law and constitutes infringement of copyright law. Therefore, let it be known that any and all such use constitutes unlawful violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Any such unlawful copying can and will be located by now known and unknown search mechanisms and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the copyright law.

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5 pages
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Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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