Month: June 2012

Moving out towards reform

In an age of constant reform, a teacher is constantly put in the spotlight. The way that he or she teaches is constantly in question. The teachers I know became teachers because of something from deep within – a passion, a desire to help others, to pay something back, to follow in the footsteps of Moving out towards reform

Beware the bedazzlement

Was reminded today…again…of the importance of good pedagogy. We can have fancy tools to bedazzle our students/parents/community with but if they aren’t being used in support of good pedagogy, they will remain a sideshow. So what is good pedagogy in an age where bedazzlement threatens to get in the way? Same as always – asking Beware the bedazzlement