DO TODAY’S TEENS NEED TO LEARN SKILLS IN SEWING, GARDENING, AND PRESERVING FOODS?
The Pioneer Library System, educators from the 77 Oklahoma State University’s Extension Centers, 1,015 more words
The time has come to break students away from being the receivers of information and teachers being the all-knowing givers of the information. If we think back to how school worked when we were kids, and how it still works in many classrooms today, we know that the teacher has the information and the students quietly listen to the information and learn it. 649 more words
For two years in a row, I taught a boy who was not the best student academically, but had a special sweetness about him. He was warm and friendly and eager to please. 1,132 more words
I spent last summer researching effective classroom management techniques. One of my greatest areas of improvement going in to my third year of teaching was keeping my class in order through transitions. 648 more words