by Robyn Howton | 12.9.19
I recently asked my students to write about the best and worst experiences they’ve ever had with a teacher, and I’ve tried to use their answers to guide me.
by Eric Saibel | 11.19.19
Connecting with our students’ families means a lot to me – and it makes a huge difference for our school culture, too.
by Robyn Howton | 11.15.19
I’m working to make sure my students understand my goal for all of them: to start wherever they are now, and go as far as we can together.
by Jennifer Prince | 10.30.19
Last school year, I was so inspired by the way two of my colleagues created a chance for students to look into their futures and see themselves doing exciting things.
by Keith Piccard | 10.2.19
I start off the school year by going over the scientific method with my students. I ask if they know what a hypothesis is, and they say, “A hypothesis is an educated guess, and then you collect data, and you prove it right or wrong.” And I say, “Well, it’s a little bit more than that. I’m going to tell you a fact: There has never been a hypothesis proven correct. That’s not what science is.”