Posted to Facebook by a friend, my fifth grade class picture from 1989. If you know me, see if you can find me. Good old Elm Grove ES, no longer standing. It’s a soccer field now.
I’m not ready for a comprehensive reflection on the week. However, I will allude to the fact that I am learning an incredible deal about education and about myself as an educator, in just three days. Seriously. And, when I do a podcast on the topic this weekend, I want to emphasize that all teacher […]
Perhaps over the next four weeks this is going to turn into a reflection based set of oats regarding my experiences back in the elementary classroom. I’m a bit tired to say the least. But one more thing I’ve learned so far: no amount of supervision of pre-service teachers, no number of weekly seminars or […]
I’m excited. This summer, I’ll be teaching at a DC charter school in Mt. Ranier, one of several Lighthouse Academies in six states. It’s a four-week program, the day ends at 1PM. The people I met during my interview and model lesson were great, very nice, and the kids in the third grade class in […]