We've been binge watching a few shows that you've no doubt heard of, but we'll go ahead and mention them here so you can make the most out of the remainder of your break.
1. Jessica Jones on Netflix - Dark new Marvel show available for 13 episodes of action and a bit of detective work. I'm sure the real TV review folks would call it "cerebral," but I like it because it shows the evolution of people traumatized in childhood and what that looks like when they grow up. It shows the impact that the words and deeds of adults can have on developing humans. Great for teachers to take a look. Daredevil would also be a good watch.
2. The Man in the High Castle on Amazon - Not all the way through this one, but I often get the "what if the other side won" question in my World History class and this show imagines that out for me.
3. Assassination Classroom on Hulu - I'm a huge anime nerd, but a show about a teacher that moves so fast he can do all the impossible things teachers wish they could do is right up your alley. He makes individualized tests for every one of his students based on their strengths and weaknesses. I'll leave it at that.
Thanks again for reading and listening. See you tomorrow for your weekly rundown of education talk. Happy Thanksgiving!