Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Final Stretch

With five weeks of school left, students tend to lose interest and become disengaged. They are excited for summer, and with the warm weather, they just want to be outside enjoying themselves. It is even more difficult to keep the … Continue reading The Final Stretch

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Advice to Teachers (from students)

A few months ago, I explained to my classes that I would be absent for a day because I was presenting at a conference for other educators. I asked my students a question: If you could give any advice to … Continue reading Advice to Teachers (from students)

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Learning from My Students

As a teacher and lifelong learner, I am constantly reflecting on my teaching practices and pedagogy, and trying to improve myself in the profession. I’ve spent a ton of money professional learning books, have attended several conferences and educational workshops, … Continue reading Learning from My Students

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