Why Schools Need More “Hybrid” Teaching Roles – by Paul Barnwell
Paul Barnwell elaborates on a topic that has been occupying my brain in the last few days. 148 more words
2 weeks, 4 days
I’m a southern boy at heart from the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee–but I’d been living in New Orleans the past four years where it’s pretty much always hot and sticky and the seasons are summer and Mardi Gras. 230 more words
Butter and Love: A Teacher's Guide to Edible Education
Fortunately or unfortunately, I have nothing good to say about standardized testing other than it exists.
In theory, I believe in it. As teachers, we need to have a baseline that can measure growth and can help guide our teaching. 799 more words
5 months, 3 weeks
Reading Literacy and Learning Portfolio
Welcome to my blog! Please be patient as this is a work in progress! I will be adding bits and pieces over the course of the semester.
A reading specialist, at the core, is a reading teacher. His basic competency is to have the knowledge and the skills required to teach a child how to read. 240 more words
8 months, 2 weeks
“Did you make up this word, or was it a typo?” (My mother can be subtle like that. )
She’s right, though. I know it’s a weird name. 485 more words
11 months, 3 weeks