Want to know how to take your teaching resources and skills in the classroom and morphe them into a thriving online business? That’s exactly what our guest shares with us today and how she was able to do it!
On today’s show, I’m going to be chatting with one of my students and real life friend Lindsay Bowden. Our history goes all the way back to high school and our show choir days. I’ve watched Lindsay transform from a high school math teacher, to selling her teaching resources on TpT, to now launching her first course and what you’re going to hear today is a true transformation! Lindsay is not only a thriving teacherpreneur but she is also a work from home mom that teaches other teachers how to thrive in their math classroom.
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