Chryssa Sharp is an Associate Professor of International Business in the Robert W. Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri. 1,025 more words
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Teresa Kelly, Composition Faculty, Kaplan University
Due to the essential nature of writing skills for student success and retention, Composition faculty spend significant time… 942 more words
A text which lives up to its name; a beautifully crafted narrative sharing an inspirational educators philosophy and principles.
As well as telling a personal heart warming tale of making education purposeful, personal and relevant this book shares how to apply these principles in your practice. 60 more words
1. Accept that schools don’t have a monopoly on learning.
People, and especially children, are inherently curious, and learn through necessity and purpose. Just because you teach a lesson on something doesn’t mean students will learn anything. 329 more words
This post is a long time coming, in fact, the ideas I’m about to write down have been in my head so long, I take them for granted. 1,309 more words