Please take a look at the information gathered by EdWeek as they share it in chart form for easy comparison. Survey data show significant differences in student and teacher motivation. — Read on http://www.edweek.org/leadership/student-and-teacher-motivation-in-charts/2023/02 Motivation seems to be a driving force for teaching and learning. We have lots of data and information to share about … Continue reading Student and Teacher Motivation-Different?
Please read my review of the book Trauma-Sensitive School Leadership. MiddleWeb has published the review, and this is a book to consider adding to your list of reading. The reports of students failing in schools have identified our schools as failing. We have many things we need to repair in education, and we have not … Continue reading Trauma Sensitive- Book to read for Schools
From P.E. to culturally responsive teaching, the finalists all find ways to connect to their students. — Read on http://www.edweek.org/teaching-learning/meet-the-5-teachers-being-considered-for-national-teacher-of-the-year/2023/01 I want to say I am so excited about the work all of these teachers are doing and I would have a difficult time selecting just one. This is teaching! We need more and more … Continue reading Meet the 5 Teachers Being Considered for National Teacher of the Year
What is on your reading list? Can you imagine if you were told what books you could and could not read? You go to the checkout at the bookstore or the library and are told, “I am sorry, this is not at your reading level.” You were so excited about reading the book, and you … Continue reading Teaching Tips- 3, 2023
Teaching and learning are a priority. This is our number one concern in helping to build a strong foundation. Our focus is not to seek those who are seeking to answer correctly but to continue to question and seek. To continue to grow, we need those who will search for new ideas, find discoveries, explore, … Continue reading Our Attention
Reading is vital to me as an individual, mother, grandmother, teacher, and leader. I want children to love reading. The more you read, the more you know and learn. My parents could not complete school and, therefore, could not read. This had a significant impact on my life, and I felt it as a young … Continue reading Tuesday Teaching Tips- 2, 2023
“I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.”—Albert Einstein “Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”—Albert Einstein “Study is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.”—Albert Einstein “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and … Continue reading Quotes about learning and more
Quotes about learning “I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.” —Albert Einstein “Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” —Albert Einstein “Study is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.” —Albert Einstein “Tell me and I forget, teach me and … Continue reading Learning- What’s your style?
As an educator for the past two decades, boys have been in academic crisis. “Nearly twice as many boys as girls have trouble reading, are diagnosed with language disabilities, and are referred to special education classes. 41% of children in the United States are not reading at a basic level by third grade, and a … Continue reading America- Boy’s in Crisis
An opportunity for $1million dollars awards to one middle and high school school in every U.S. state of $10,000 to help establish a computer science education with Code.org. To be eligible a school must commit to: Add a new Computer Science Principles, Computer Science A, or Computer Science Discoveries course using Code.org to your course schedule. Describe how you plan … Continue reading Opportunity-Grant money for Computer Science Principles