Dallas ISD buys a new administration building, students protest, and election day is only a week away. Here's what you missed.
Is there a law somewhere that says only teachers can grade and have to spend hours of their free time doing so?
It's never to late for a student to decide to go to school.
As much as I praise technology as something that has advanced my teaching, there is a point where we as teachers take it too far.
Beautiful weather this weekend. As you come back inside to plan for the week, catch up on what you missed.
Students take the smallest things personal. They aren't.
If there was one thing I'd do with my classroom, if I could, it would be to go gradeless. I'm finding a way to get close.
Anyone out there still use popsicle sticks to cold call on kids?
Sometimes parents can't find their kids and it sends the whole community into a panic.
Ever give your students and assignment that requires them to terrorize all of their other classes and teachers? Do it.
What you missed in Dallas Education from the 3rd week in April.
There's a few more bags of candy this year than the last.
Isn't it funny how we notice all the flaws on other teachers but ignore them in ourselves?
It's amazing the difference it can make for me and my students.
Here is to the final stretch and dragging my way there.
Rainy Saturdays are the best for sitting back and catching up on the week. Here's what you missed.
Sometimes it's not not the kids, the scores, or a little praise from your admins that gets you through the day. It's the little things.
Why is there such a push for more technology in the classroom? Is it for kids or adults?