My daughter visited Bowling Green University to check out their teaching programs. She rocked the visit – even the Second Life “simulated” classroom activity. But her and incoming classmates are more in demand given plummeting enrollment.
Learning styles are a myth. But if teachers believe in the myth, does it have an impact?
This pandemic has really shined a light on how many music teachers are creative rockstars.
Our family homestead, blessed as we are with a roomy house, is, officially, now a schoolhouse.
One massive truth emerging with the start of school: No one will be happy. I want to suggest some helpful tips for working with school administrators. Most important: Show grace.
A highlight of the year is when Mike Neri invites me to his Teacher Academy Class to talk about technology and education. Given the fact that these kidoes won’t be in the classroom for a 1/2 a decade of so, the talk is usually a bit of exercise in predicting the future and identifying trends […]