US Teacher Appreciation Week Google doodle
highlights what it means to be a teacher
Today’s doodle is creating in partnership with the 55 US educators named
‘State Teachers of the Year’ by the Council of Chief State School Officers.
Today doodle start of Teacher Appreciation Week across the US. To honor our educators, Google is sharing a doodle on its US home page created around the theme.
The doodle was produced in partnership with the 55 teachers named 2018’s “US State Teachers of the Year” by the Council of Chief State School Officers. All 55 teachers were invited to Google’s headquarters in January for a workshop the teachers working with the doodle team on today’s Pictures.
To create the doodle, the teachers were divided into five groups. Each group was tasked to come up with concepts around what it means to be a teacher connected to the letters G-O-O-G-L-E. The groups sketched, and developed their plans for their letter.
Juravich says being a teacher his connection to his students, letting them know, “I am here with you. Let’s do this together.” The art teacher hopes today’s doodle conveys their idea that “… as teachers, we are a part of the quest for discovery. That we are there to guide, to encourage and to support our students as unique individuals. That this journey is one that is full of challenges, but also joy.”
Here is the full image shared on today’s Google home page. This image leads to a search for “US Teacher Appreciation Week”:
please Don’t miss out this event.