I lean toward Luddite. I use “the Facebook” and “the Netflix” and I have an e-reader so I can read on vacation without having to pack a trillion books. But, I have just a handful of apps on my very outdated phone because that’s all
It was a dark and dreary time . . . .
This opening line might have been the start of a story of a school district fraught with dread, gloom, and angst. Indeed, that could have been our district’s story as we battled through the effects
An excerpt from Making Change That Sticks, a whitepaper about Visible Learningplus in Klein ISD, Texas
Lemm Elementary School Principal Kathy Brown had a lightbulb moment when she first heard about Visible Learning at a conference in Florida in 2014.
Based on Professor John Hattie’s Visible Learning
Choice is good for the soul.
Once upon a time I was a wild child adolescent, standing up to every “should” that came my way. If I was told to do something, I actively sought out any and every way to do the opposite. Looking
“Students don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care,” is a common saying among teachers. No matter a teacher’s qualifications, commitment, or experience, her success (and therefore, her students’ successes) depends on the student-teacher relationship, and at the heart of