“At first, the apps invaded the worksheets, Then the tablets took over the textbooks, And then, the Androcators arrived…” And they will come. The teaching profession has lost its … Continue reading
Usually, I hear debates on whether vocational or liberal arts schools are better, people choose an either/or stance. That has always baffled me. Those against vocational schools point to the … Continue reading
More learning, more fun, more evidence for parents, and less trips to the copy machine! The following mobile applications are five programs that I have used with my students in … Continue reading
It’s usually that one student who has to say some smartass comment. They can’t help it, it’s in their nature and it’s their duty because they’re a smartass. Smartasses are … Continue reading
Radio stations have been feeding lies to, not only your ears, but your intellect. With what is promoted in mainstream music outlets, there is a lot to dissect and complain … Continue reading
It’s January. It’s a new year, meaning resolutions will have a gang of people hitting the gym hard, flocking to the organic aisle, and attempting to find passion for their workplace enemies.
Critical Kid Criticism: Why Educators Should Ask Their Students to Evaluate Their Teaching Performance
In our equations for determining teacher effectiveness, we usually leave students out of the conversation. Legally and socially, we relegate minors’ thoughts and opinions to a level of insignificance all … Continue reading