3 Takeaways From “Why Children Aren’t Behaving, And What You Can Do About It”

At the beginning of the month, Katherine Reynolds Lewis wrote a piece for NPR titled, "Why Children Aren't Behaving, And What You Can Do About It." As a father and a teacher, I found this issue to be of double importance to me. The article is definitely worth a read. Here are my three main … Continue reading 3 Takeaways From “Why Children Aren’t Behaving, And What You Can Do About It”

Something For Nothing

It seems as if everyone wants something for nothing these days, regardless of age. Something For Nothing Some students want an "A", but they don't want to read, think, write, and reflect. Some parents want their children to be college-ready, but they don't want them to struggle and fail for a time to achieve academic … Continue reading Something For Nothing

Recite After Me… (Teaching About Charlottesville)

via Daily Prompt: Recite The following is how I have been processing the events in Charlottesville through my lens as a social studies teacher. It seems like every time some national crisis involving race occurs, my email inbox and Twitter feed fill up with articles and curriculum designed to "help" students and teachers make sense … Continue reading Recite After Me… (Teaching About Charlottesville)