Thank An Educator
Through virtual and in-person classrooms across the country, educators of all types have been working tirelessly to adapt to our collective new normal, supporting and teaching students of all ages and needs. It hasn’t been easy, but educators have continued to change millions of lives every day. StoryCorps wants to help #ThankAnEducator.
Honor an educator in your life with a StoryCorps interview and show them just how much they mean to you.
Tools for recording stories
Our self-directed recording tools allow anyone to record a meaningful conversation with a friend, mentor, or loved one – in person or remotely. After your interview, you’ll have the option to add your recording to StoryCorps’ archive at the Library of Congress for future generations to listen to and learn from.
StoryCorps Connect makes it easy to record a conversation remotely.
You can also record in person with the free StoryCorps App.
How to use StoryCorps Connect
How to use the StoryCorps App
Conversations Celebrating Educators
Here are some stories celebrating the important and life changing connection between educators and their students, including reflections from CCSSO’s 2020 National Teacher of the Year:
When a Student Tells You He’s HomelessCeleste Davis-Carr, a high school teacher, learned that one of her students was homeless through a StoryCorps recording he made in his English class. One year later, they discuss how his life has changed. Read the full transcript here.
Don’t Stop Until You’re ProudCCSSO’s 2020 National Teacher of the Year Tabatha Rosproy talks with her best friend since middle school, Michelle Wellington about growing up in Belle Plaine, KS with an incredible teacher named Mr. Stambaugh.
We are here to help
Find answers to your technical support questions in our Help Center.
Click here for a downloadable step-by-step guide to recording using our self guided tools.
For more educational offerings from StoryCorps, visit storycorps.org/education.