This three-part series students evaluating teachers is "wrapped-up" today by Shaeley Santiago, Amy Fast, Sheila B. Robinson, Ed.D, Jennie Farnell, Gary Armida, and Douglas Reeves
Dr. PJ Caposey, Kate Wolfe Maxlow, Karen Sanzo, Rachael Williams, Andrea Clark and Donna L. Shrum discuss whether students should evaluate teachers.
Roxanna Elden, Adeyemi Stembridge, Kathy Dyer, Sheila M. Wilson and Madeline Whitaker Good share their ideas about students evaluating teachers and classes.
The new question-of-the-week is: Should teachers encourage student evaluations of their classes and their teaching? If not, why not? If so, what are the best ways to do it?
Timothy San Pedro, Alayna Eagle Shield and Amanda Holmes wrap-up a three-part series on Native American education.
Dr. Susan C. Faircloth, Kelly Sassi, and Jennifer Borgioli share their thoughts on the challenges facing Native American youth.
Mandy Smoker Broaddus, Gregg Castro and Jennifer Jilot discuss the challenges faced by Native American students and ways educators can effectively respond to those issues.
The new question-of-the-week is: What are the biggest challenges facing Native American students and how can they be addressed?
This post is the latest in one in "A Look Back" series, where I re-visit exceptional posts from previous years. Today, New York Times reporter Dana Goldstein discusses her book, "The Teacher Wars."
Jeryl-Ann Asaro, Sean Ruday, Dr. Carolyn Brown, Dr. Jerry Zimmermann and Sarah Thomas offer their ideas on tech in the English classroom.