This international, cross border communications, advice, sharing, exchanging views and experience is giving a HUGE push to the profession of teaching. Teachers who participate are exposed not only to their own questions or findings, but to infinite amounts of unexpected knowledge and information.
I had no idea I would feel this way. My first year as a teacher ended and I had to say goodbye to my students, my beloved students, because next year I will be teaching in another school. I waited... Continue Reading →
My greatest frustration is this group of 8th graders who suffer from various learning disabilities. I know that they CAN learn. I have proved it to them by teaching them all sorts of little things. But here we are, 7... Continue Reading →
Diagnosed or not, struggling students are a challenge and lucky for them I am an entrepreneur. What does one have to do with the other? Good teachers are entrepreneurs, or at least they use entrepreneurial skills and thinking in their work.... Continue Reading →