Education should be free instead of providing a privileged few the right to learn. President Obama has taken a step in the right direction offering community college for all.


If your classes get into a rut, maybe it's time to shake things up with furniture change. Sometimes it can be as easy as changing what's on the walls or rearranging the furniture in an effort to inspire students. Read on to see how changing the scenery


How do you deal with the bad days as a teacher? They happen (although we don't like to talk about it), how can you turn a negative into a positive?


With the educational landscape changing, we must empower students with the power and tools of inquiry creating many opportunities for authentic learning experiences. How can we do that, you ask? Keep reading...


In a perfect world, teachers would all model the growth mindset and fearlessly learn new things to share with students. Some do, unfortunately not enough.


What will you do in 2015 to empower your students? What does that look like in your own spaces?


With each new experience comes a certain amount of risk and as educators, we need to encourage students to bravely take them. Success may take time, but taking that first step is the hardest. How do you inspire kids to take the leap?


What advice would you give your first year self? Here are some of the things I wish I knew when I started.


What were your favorite posts about grading this year? What did you learn? Will you be throwing out grades in 2015?


How do you define learning? How does that definition color the way you teach? Consider your thoughts as you hear what other educators say on the topic.


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