This post is important for me to write, however indirectly related to the usual subject of this blog. I live […]
Archive for ‘Life Long Learners’
“NAPE Reveals shallow grasp of Science” – NOT A SURPRISE – NOW WHAT??
I know this news appears all bad, and I want to say maybe it isn’t great, but I believe there […]
EDUCATION REFORM — CHANGE FROM THE TOP? OR CHANGE TEACHER EXPECTATIONS IN K-12?
In the past several years, I am often asked how I would pursue education reform and what needs to change. […]
Never Be Afraid To Be In Awe Of The Infinite Possibilities
What inspires you? What vision makes you stop and think — think about who you are, what you are and […]
I love that there is a lot of talk about education. Maybe it is just me, but it seems to […]
How to encourage teachers to self reflect and be their own best Professional Development
Professional Development is both common and needed in many professions, and it is particularly important in the teaching profession. It […]
IT’S TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK–THANKS TO THOSE WHO INSPIRE
Thanks to Charles Blow for his column this past weekend (http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/05/opinion/blow-teaching-me-about-teaching.html?smid=pl-share) to remind me that this week is teacher appreciation […]
How Do You Want Your Child To Learn?
There are a number of terms that define teaching “methods.” Along with those, comes the controversy of what and how […]
The Benefits of Professional Learning Communities in the Arts
Professional Learning Communities have been around for a while. At this time, the needs of the 21st Century Education for […]
More on the Common Core Standards
The Common Core Standards seem to be a hot button issue for which there is no middle ground. You are […]