How can you take control of your teaching, both literally and internally? Read my Top 10 list that advises a teacher on how to get what you need in this demanding job of ours, how to survive it, and how to love it.
I’m not sure what one can say about this latest story. AP reports that a number of students at a St Louis middle school are facing suspension for a spirit day gone awry. But how “Hug a Friend Day” de-evolved
I'm off to my brain gym for the summer - the UCI Writer's Project.
NCLB might be losing the highest students, but it is also causing the loss of the middle-of-the-line student's electives.
Why does the union stand in the way of getting rid of a bad teacher? Doesn't that undermine the work of other teachers?
I know the use of new teachers in harder-to-teach classrooms is frowned upon, but maybe they have some pros in the face of so many cons: energy, passion, and flexibility.
This is a response to Dave Saba's blog on the amount of careers an average 18-40 will have in their lifetime. Will it effect education? Maybe for the better.
"If a child can't learn the way we teach, we have to teach the way they learn." Change is hard but necessary to our goal of teaching students.