Monthly Archives: May 2015

Self-Reflection: Learning from Our Mistakes

Just yesterday, I told my Journalism students that I made a mistake; I messed up last semester by presenting my students with their final project assignment all at once rather than breaking it down into separate parts. The students did … Continue reading Self-Reflection: Learning from Our Mistakes

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Flipped Classroom

For the first time as a teacher, I attempted the flipped classroom with my 9th grade English students, and my only regret is not trying it sooner. My biggest concern was accountability. How could I hold my 14-year-old students accountable … Continue reading Flipped Classroom

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