About Tammy

Tammy Breitweiser is a conjurer of everyday magic and loves concise, powerful writing that leaves breadcrumbs for her readers. Her fiction has been published in Gone Lawn, Cabinets of Heed, Spelk, Five on the Fifth, Clover and White, Fiction Berlin Kitchen, and Elephants Never. She writes, walks and teaches. Forthcoming TA for the Sarah Selecky Writing School.

I am Tammy L. Breitweiser


I inspire others to read, write and converse because curiosity compels them to do so. I provide resources and space for people to follow their inspiration.

That means I perform trial and error life experiments and then share what I learn with YOU to save you time, money, effort and frustration!

Not everything I do will work for you, but I hope to inspire you to make your own version based on what I have proven to work!

I have guided many people to find their own ways in running, yoga, education, writing, submissions projects, podcasts, and everything notebooks.

Work with me we’ll see what inspiration you can find as we take this journey together.

What I Do

Coach

Teach

Write

Podcast

Where I Have Been…

Labels:


-Kindergarten teacher

-First Grade teacher

-Third Grade teacher

-Eighth grade English teacher

-Reading Specialist

-TAP Master Teacher

-Elementary Instructional Coach

-Middle School Instructional Coach

-Writing Teacher

-TA for the Sarah Selecky Writing School

Tammy Breitweiser is currently an instructional coach in Southern Wisconsin. She is a reading advocate with a passion for writing. During the span of her career, she has worked with pre-K through adult learners.  Tammy has presented at the Indiana Computer Educators conference, the Indiana State Reading Association, and the International Reading Association.

After earning her Masters Degree in Teacher Leadership, a new opportunity presented itself and she became trained as a TAP Master teacher. In this position, she was honored to be able to have extensive training in coaching, Teach Like a Champion, professional development, and action research. Tammy Breitweiser now uses all that training in her current position.