Dan Bozzuto explores the difficulties to replicate great teachers, the inherent problems with standardized testing, and some great ideas on how to address both.
Part 1/2, featuring Dan Bozzuto, award winning educator and inspired classroom teacher. Dan considers my question, "are good teachers … Continue reading
Parents and teachers usually conceive of student procrastination as putting off homework or projects until the last minute.
We also tend to think of disruptive classroom behavior as "disobedience" or "acting out" over some issue, from disconnection or boredom to serious underlying … Continue reading
The number one teacher complaint is time.
Introducing "Tips for Teachers," a series of blog posts, videos, lessons, and ideas from School4Schools.com LLC on helping teachers get through their routines and days more efficiently - so they can focus on what they love and what they're there for: … Continue reading
Welcome back to the late work game!
First semester is up and teachers and students across the country are recovering from that last minute freak out: get that missing work in!
Stressed kids near collapse trying to dig something out, anything to get the grades up. Desperate teachers giving up … Continue reading
We call them "short cuts." I don't know why.
If the long way isn't necessary, why take it? Kids sure won't.
So teachers, are you just setting up unwanted shortcuts, or are you creating useful, relevant paths for your students?
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