NWP teacher-consultants are avid writers—whether they’re writing about their classroom practice or penning fiction, poetry, or essays. (from the National Writing Project's resources for teacher/writers)
Since I teach middle school during the day, a lot of my writing ends up on napkins in my purse, and I sometimes find myself jotting down bits of dialogue and detail while sitting at stoplights. (Not a great practice, mind you, yet an efficient use of time!) Because I'm so busy as a mother and a teacher, I have to get my ideas on paper quickly or they disappear into life's chaos. (Elizabeth Leiknes on writing NWP's website)
The National Writing Project's website is rich with resources. Included among these, information about places to publish as well as reflections on writing by teacher/writers.