Every year my nemesis rears its ugly head: the epic paragraph. Epic paragraphs are those essays comprised entirely of one mega-paragraph with no indentations to indicate transition from thought thought. I bet you thought your kids were the only ones
I was reading through my Digg headlines this weekend, and I happened on this article of the top 10 most extraordinary Twitter updates. I also did some digging (no pun intended) and found articles that range in claiming that there
So I looked at my 8th grade students’ scores after they took the MMA and sighed. Their scores sucked.
Man walked on the moon. JFK assassination. Shuttle explosion. 9/11. Obama elected president. Where were you when history was made last night? Clearly, not all of these rank quite as high as the memories from last night, but there are
The Carnival of Education #180 is hosted this week by SteveSpangler.com. Check out my entry if you haven’t already, and enjoy the parade!
I just saw Doug Fisher's presentation on ELL students in the Language Arts classroom. I got me reflective on tech's role in collaboration in the classroom.