“I can’t do this,” I whispered to myself as I stared at my reflection in the old, bulky television strapped down on a sagging, metal cart.
I was holding a tattered VHS tape. It had been eaten and regurgitated countless times by the VCR, which was
Inquiry classrooms are magical places; creative, student-driven, and dynamic. But when it’s only the lesson you see unfolding, you’re missing half the show. For years, I’ve focused my coaching work on the pedagogy of inquiry, trying to demystify what inquiry looks like in real classrooms.
One of the hottest headlines the past several months has been about the media itself: reports of "fake news." Unethical reporting, conspiracy theories, and misinformation are nothing new. But the prevalence of fake news and the seeming power it has recently had to influence public