This week, I read an article (I included the link at bottom of this post) by Parker J. Palmer titled “The Heart of a Teacher.” Although this piece had many memorable messages, the one phrase that I connected most with was: 412 more words
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I (Clive) am a great believer in whole-class and small-group discussion. However, three and four years ago I was terrorized by a series of individual students who dominated discussion in class, speaking at least 50% of the time – they would have talked 90% if I’d let them. 294 more words
Love. Hate. Love. Hate. Love. Hate.
This is the relationship between educators and the infamous snow days in Minnesota. As a student, snow days caused us bouts of extreme happiness filled with pajama dancing in the kitchen; this was especially true when school was already delayed the night before! 461 more words
USF Teacher Education is in the News!
The Association of Teacher Educators, a national organization that focuses on high quality teacher preparation, recently recognized education partners in Tampa Bay for their role in preparing teachers to educate the next generation…
Press Release: On behalf of the 2014 DPTE Panel, we invite you to share the news about this program and partnership’s distinguished accomplishments.
The Association of Teacher Educators has selected the University of South Florida Childhood Education and Literacy Studies in Partnership with the Hillsborough County Public Schools Program as the winner of the ATE 2014 Distinguished Program in Teacher Education (DPTE) Award. 223 more words