The new question-of-the-week is: What has been the best social studies lesson you have taught and why do you think it was so good?
This four-part series on "fair" versus "equal" is being "wrapped up" today with answers from Rick Wormeli, Pedro A. Noguera, Ph.D., Elizabeth Stringer Keefe, Ph.D., and Dr. Sheila Wilson.
Dr. Debbie Silver, Gloria Brown Brooks, Tasha Moyer, Barbara Blackburn, and LaChawn Smith discuss if "fair" means "equal" in the realm of education.
Today's commentaries on the difference between treating students "equally" and "fairly" come from Kelly Capatosto, Gina Laura Gullo, Cheryl Staats, Dr. PJ Caposey, Ashley McCall, Orion Nolan, Jen Schwanke, Marisa Nathan, Carol Bruzzano, Keisha Rembert, and Tatiana Esteban.
Dr. Julia Stearns Cloat, Dr. Rocio del Castillo, Holly Spinelli, Sabrina Hope King, Joe Feldman, and Dr. Felicia Darling discuss the difference between treating students "fairly" and "equally."
The new question-of-the-week is: What is the difference between treating students "fairly" and treating them "equally"? What are some examples of how that looks in the classroom?
Danielle Herro, Blake Harvard, Michael D. Toth, Michael Fisher, and Kenneth Tam wrap up this three-part series on using technology with students.
Jayme Linton, Eric Sheninger, Cindy Garcia, Suzanne Lucas, Ari Flewelling, Carrie Rogers-Whitehead, Dr. Carolyn Brown, and Dr. Jerry Zimmermann contribute their ideas on how to use ed tech.
Anne Jenks, Michelle Shory, Ed.S, Irina V. McGrath, Ph.D, Kim Jaxon, Dr. Beth Gotcher, Elizabeth Stringer Keefe, Ph.D., and Keisha Rembert share their suggestions for using tech effectively in class.
The new "question-of-the-week" is: What are helpful guidelines to keep in mind when using tech in the classroom?