I’m a huge procrastinator. (So, if you ever wonder why I’m not posting, well, there’s your answer.) Like I always say, you could put me in a white room for psychotic people, with my hands tied behind my back, and I’d still find something to distract myself with. 1,498 more words
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Using data is a challenging topic for many educators. How do you do it without putting too much focus on testing? How do you make sure students are empowered by data, not disheartened? 511 more words
Students in high school and college are continually advised to “study.” What, specifically, are these students supposed to do?
Most high school and college students dutifully attend class, take notes, and do their assigned reading—highlighting the important information. 661 more words
Oftentimes, one of the most challenging aspects of substitute teaching assignments isn’t so much the students, but the teachers. Sure, some are welcoming, but many treat the incoming sub as an outsider, usually leaving them to fend for themselves. 1,261 more words