In honor of one of my favorite teachers, here are ten fun ways to stay creative while either working towards a college degree or working in general.
I thought that the Sierras could put off fall and winter for little bit longer considering that winter took FOREVER to leave during this year’s "spring." But, apparently, that’s not the case. So, fine fall. You win.
It’s been a rough week, dear readers—one in which failure feels like an omnipresent companion. I could use some motivational quotes to help me get up and get back into the race. Maybe you could too.
I've heard and read A LOT of "advice" for getting good grades and for earning a 4.0 GPA. Let's see which of these supposed tidbits of wisdom are true and which are false.
Last week I discussed the importance of having rubrics for your class. Now, I'm going to give you some tips on the nitty gritty of actually creating clear and fair rubrics.
Rubrics can be extremely useful in teaching, and this is part one in discussing how to create clear and fair rubrics.
As I said last week, I’m doing a series of posts that I hope will help new teachers and that will show students some of the tricks of the trade so that they can maybe figure out how to work with teachers and do well in “the system.” This week’s post discusses how to craft major assignments (as if you couldn’t tell by the title).