Elementary Educator

About Me

Hello and welcome to the world of Elementary Education, as lived by me - Alexandra Midland. Currently a lead First Grade Teacher at an amazing public school in Arlington, Virginia, I am a lifelong learner dedicated to instilling an intrinsic drive for knowledge across the classroom and throughout the greater learning community. Although education has always been a driving passion in my life, it wasn't always my profession. My background is diverse and rich with non-traditional experience, ranging from yoga and dance to online media, international study & travel, and even fashion. Along with my warm, up-beat attitude and out-of-the-box, quirky personality, my unique background brings to the classroom a fresh outlook on education and new meaning to the ideas of teaching and learning. 

My Personal Educational Philosophy

Education, to me, stretches far beyond the brick-and-mortar institutions of learning. For this reason, as a fashion-world professional turned classroom connoisseur, I strive to use education as a platform for building the next generation of great thinkers and innovators. Education in my classroom is founded by a passion for knowledge, an undying curiosity fulfilled only by discovering the new and unusual, and a commitment to the awesome adventure that is unique to lifelong learning. In short, I strive to provide an everlasting education to the whole child.

Read my full Educational Philosophy to get a glimpse of what learning is like in my classroom. Then, be sure to check out the photos below to visit the pages about my Education & Certification, Professional History, Classroom Experience, Teaching Resources, and more!

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Lifelong Learning

"The more that you read, the more you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go." 

-Dr. Seuss, I Can Read with My Eyes Shut

Learning doesn't just open doors - it opens minds and paves the way for a more tolerant and empathetic world! This quote is framed in our classroom as a constant reminder of the awesome power of knowledge.

 

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