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Curious Tales of a Wandering Teacher; What is Happening to Education Today?

 

global education

 

A new, unique book, Curious Tales of a Wandering Teacher;
What is Happening to Education Today
?
joins Piping Hot! Tales of a Wandering Bagpiper as a book
by an author who followed her bliss wandering from
state to state and country to country in various classrooms
while sharing the enjoyment of teaching and music. Her
Curious Tales will be available shortly to teachers, students, parents, and anyone with an
interest in what teaching is all about, especially in these times of such divisiveness
in the schools.

 

Teacher, piper, and traveler Susan Hadley Planck weaves together her sense of adventure
with her teaching and bagpiping.

 


 

A unique book, Piping Hot! Tales of a Wandering Bagpiper
is available to those people interested in all things Celtic!

 

Susan Planck playing bagpipes

Susan feeling like the pied piper in a small town in Chile.

Piper and traveler Susan Hadley Planck weaves together her
sense of adventure with her love of bagpiping.

 

Susan relates engaging stories of teaching in schools in
Oregon, California, Washington, and Colorado, and even
Nepal. Imagine playing bagpipes on top of Mt. Fuji
in Japan, on the Great Wall of China, at the base
of Mt. Fitzroy in South America and marching with
10,000 pipers through the streets of Edinburgh
in the 2000 Millennium parade.

 

These books are matchless, for those who have intimate experiences with teaching,
whether in the classroom or anywhere and those who love the skirl of the bagpipes,
have Scottish-Irish roots, or just enjoy interesting travel. Education is undergoing
real trauma today; Susan examines the evolution of just how much education
and curricula has changed in recent times. Enjoy reading about her zany adventures
whether teaching or bagpiping.

 

Susan writes from the perspective as a veteran teacher and member of the award-winning
City of Denver Pipe Band for more than 15 years. She gained insights into the antics of
students, fellow teachers, parents, and bagpipe bands, competitions, and piper personalities,
gigs from participating in “Memphis in May” celebration, and even Oktoberfests.
Humorously written, these books resonates with teachers, students, and parents, bagpipers,
and travelers looking for a different perspective.

 


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