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As I consider the extent to which those insights become a part of my pedagogical repertoire and the indelible mark left on me by my students, I am also left wondering - can I truthfully call what I do teaching and what my students do learning?
As I consider the extent to which those insights become a part of my pedagogical repertoire and the indelible mark…
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In essence, observations have been done to teachers, not in collaboration with them. And that’s where we are, a system designed to improve teaching and learning inadvertently inhibits trust, and therefore, risk-taking and innovation.
In essence, observations have been done to teachers, not in collaboration with them. And that’s where we are, a system…
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The Staffroom Podcast with Chey and Pav Episode 47: What's your Teaching Philosophy?
The Staffroom Podcast with Chey and Pav Episode 47: What's your Teaching Philosophy?
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Student teaching was not nearly as simple as clicking my heels, but I certainly made some incredible friends, had mentors that were as strong and powerful as Glinda, and made it out alive; twice.
Student teaching was not nearly as simple as clicking my heels, but I certainly made some incredible friends, had mentors…
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Flipped learning moves teacher-centered instruction out of the classroom and replaces it with more classroom student-centered activities.
Flipped learning moves teacher-centered instruction out of the classroom and replaces it with more classroom student-centered activities.
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Poetry has always been one of my favorite lessons. I am pictured here with my students showing our poetry booklets.
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