David Ginsburg says a key to preparing kids for standardized multiple choice tests is to NOT give them multiple choice questions in class.
David Ginsburg shares a short activity designed to help teachers see how their responses to students affect students' responses to them.
A student's selective sneezing gives new meaning to attention-seeking behavior, and inspires new (and better) ways of dealing with it.
David Ginsburg contrasts teaching TO the test--which he approves of in some cases--with teaching the test, which he rejects.
David Ginsburg thinks competition is great for kids--just not in the classroom.
This weekend's Reform Symposium Virtual Conference features lots of practical presentations, including one by David Ginsburg on classroom management.
Teachers should steer students away from the popular "Dear Aunt Sally" (PEMDAS) order of operations acronym, says math coach David Ginsburg.
David Ginsburg shares a simple idea that's great for classroom organization and culture: photographic seating chart posters.
Having students re-orient their seats to suit each situation is an often-overlooked key to keeping them engaged, says David Ginsburg.
For David Ginsburg and others, Bill Buchanan was a once-in-a-career colleague. He was also a model of professionalism, says Ginsburg, whether you knew him or not.