I see this all the time on reblogs containing interesting (usually historical) info and images.
It angers me.
A) Schools have 13 years (minus about 4 months each) to give you enough of a foundation in reading, writing, math, sciences, state/US/world history, social studies,…
The dynamics of the classroom dramatically changed. Instead of having to keep students quiet, we were spending time interacting with them individually and in small groups. Amazingly, most of our classroom management issues just vaporized. Our goal wasn’t to keep students quiet, but rather to have them engaged in the learning process. The class became noisier — and it was good.
"It looks like chaos," I say, "but it’s controlled chaos."
and now, a comic about the other kind of football. happy birthday america
Today, I was on my third interview panel in the last week, so I thought I’d give some advice. It’s weird being on a panel, though it’s not stressful like interviewing is, I realize. It’s weird to think that you can learn so much about a person in 30 minutes.
Here’s what I’ve…
I love this! And I want to make some kind of joke about C.S. Lewis and The Silver Chair, but my brain’s still too fried from Book Expo. If one of these benches were in our office now, I might fall asleep on it.
Seriously though, Chicago, anyone? I don’t know what I’m doing.
I love Chicago! One of my most beloved cities. My advice: eat your way through town.