I Am A Teacher Movie


Dear Difference Maker …

In September of 1957, John Wayne “Jack” Schlatter entered a classroom and walked into his Life. He faced thirty students and saw his future filled with gifts.

By 1985, the gifts from teaching were so many that he wrote “I Am A Teacher” for the first edition of  Chicken Soup for the Soul and it has been renewing spirits since.

Jack’s goal in writing this eloquent heartfelt Acknowledgment of a Teacher’s Life was to awaken a nation to how much Appreciation we owe to those who have gone before, those who are here now and those to come.

However, it has turned into a Love Letter to all those who have blessed not only his life, but Life Itself. This is a movie to educators everywhere, to let them know What A Difference They Make…

And, if by chance you are a teacher, we made this with great appreciation for you!

If you have ever been positively affected by a teacher, we welcome you to pass it along to those who you know will appreciate you thinking of them.

Grab a cup of coffee, turn up your speakers and make time to watch it. 

Take a second to share it with others.  They’ll thank you for it!

Reaching out …

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PPS … We now have our newest Inspirational “I Am A Teacher” Movie available for “Site Licensing” as a Downloadable product that you can provide to every teacher for their very own computer viewing enjoyment.

While our movies will remain free online, they are not the high-resolution quality of our instant-download product. The downloadable versions of the movies have been mastered in 1440 x 1080 pixel format, for full personal computer screen viewing as well as hi-resolution displays and projectors.

For example, a School may use one Site License to place the movie on a computer in every school facility for every teacher and/or for showing to audiences. In addition, use or distribution on a network is also permitted, for as many computers as there on the network.

To learn all about it, CLICK HERE