A physics teacher at High Tech High thinks back on his teaching and considers what to do differently.
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December 18, 2014
December 16, 2014
Meier: Do most teachers view their unions much as they view other organizations--some better, some worse, but not "ours."
December 09, 2014
Meier: What are the lessons in equality that young people absorb through the structuring of schools, and how do they match the "civics" lessons they may be receiving formally?
December 06, 2014
If you're already working hard to get your students to ask the right questions, keep it up; if not, it's time to get started.
December 02, 2014
Education is full of zombie ideas—those bad ideas that just won't die. Don't look now, but here's another one coming back down the pike: segregating classrooms by sex.
December 01, 2014
New resources from UNC Chapel Hill and Ancestry.com can give teachers tools to explore family history with their students.
November 25, 2014
Being responsible for helping so many students and raising a child is challenging. There never seems to be enough time in the day. Factor in the ridiculously high expectations I set for myself and I'd be lying if I said it wasn't a struggle.
November 24, 2014
You've probably heard the argument that common core will kill creativity—if it doesn't kill everything else first. But is it possible that standards could actually make creative teaching more likely? Can we imagine a world where standards actually make creative teaching possible by validating the work that has to be done to give it life?
November 22, 2014
Jose Antonio Vargas, who outed himself as an undocumented immigrant, praised educators who are "allies" to undocumented students and unveiled a high school curriculum on immigration issues.
November 21, 2014
In her new book "The Teaching Brain," Vanessa Rodriguez discusses approaching teaching as an interaction, the five awarenesses of good teachers, and the downside to "quick fixes" based on brain science.