Monthly Archives: March 2016
Whenever I tell people that they can find me on Facebook or Twitter, I always get the same incredulous and horrified response: YOU have a Facebook and you’re a teacher?!
My first year of teaching, I often used Literature Circles with my freshmen. For the most part, it was successful, but only if I frequently monitored each group and held each group member responsible for the group’s grade. I liked … Continue reading Socratic Seminars: Allowing Students to Take the Lead