How can I say “no” to them and walk away?
Last week, the dark child brightened up.
Yesterday, the angry child smiled.
Just today, the sad child laughed. 86 more words
By 11:30 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays an assortment of students have passed by my office to “remind me” that the Ilab is open for lunch. Students in grades 4 and 5 are all invited to participate as long as they are working on a project, teaching an Ilab skill to a peer, or signed up to learn from a peer teacher. 271 more words
This is an amazing read. I have it on my Kindle. You can download it, buy it for your Kindle, or buy it as a book on Amazon. Must Read - for all of the teachers out there who have been through reform hell and back. Must Read - for all the parents out there to get a glimpse of what it is like being a teacher fighting against reform. Must Read - for all students who know there's something wrong and are searching for the truth. #ResistRefuseRevolt Thank you Ciedie Aech! ONWARD!
While tech innovations have opened up new frontiers, innovation is disrupting some fields. Here are a few articles making this point that I’ve accumulated recently: newspaper circulation continues to collapse, higher ed is increasingly vulnerable to disruptions, and accreditation agencies (which illustrate regulatory capture) show why disruption is needed. 529 more words
It was our first teachers meeting. Nineteen 4th and 5th graders (all certified as teachers!) met over lunch. The issues of the day included: