January Teacher Q+A- Mr. Tyler

Mr. Tyler

The Q+A- one student, one teacher, each month. This month we sat down with librarian Mr. Tarince Tyler.

Conducted by Leigh Jacobson

Spotlight Editor

Common misconception about teachers:

That they lead an uneventful life outside of school.

Most creative gift, given or received:

I was given a 700 page book about the universe, complete with several stunning photos of the heavens.

Movie you’ve seen the most:

The Empire Strikes Back

Book you’ve read most:

“How to Change the World” by David Bornstein.

Fictional character you identify with:


Obsolete item you won’t trash:

Old emails.

What you wanted to be at age 10:

Meteorologist or Pilot

Student pet peeve:

Talking in the library.

Procrastination technique:


Secret hobby:

Playing Flight Simulator.

Favorite historical figure:

C.J Madame Walker.

Favorite piece of art in your home/anywhere:

Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze’s “Washington Crossing the Delaware

Movie star you always wanted to be:

None come to mind.

Favorite gadget:


Topic you love but won’t discuss at a party:

Video games.

The last meal you had:

Spaghetti, rolls, and a salad.

Funniest English word:


Most-visited website, why:

The National Weather Service.  They offer in-depth, weather reports that I have not seen anywhere else.

Favorite cancelled-too-soon TV show:

I do not watch a lot of television, yet I have never seen a show that I felt was cancelled too soon.

Most beloved/interesting item at your office desk:

A new Cisco phone.

Have any suggestions  for next month’s Q+A? Contact Leigh Jacobson at [email protected]