Tag: Students

The importance of affirming student identity | Jeewan Chanicka
The importance of affirming student identity | Jeewan Chanicka

Public education, designed during the industrial age, was developed with a factory model in mind. Despite significant advances, very little has changed. I’ve spent the last twenty years as an educator, a teacher, principal, superintendent, […] Read More

12 Types Of Homework Teachers Give To Students / JustJordan33
12 Types Of Homework Teachers Give To Students / JustJordan33
Teacher Testimonials on the Visible Classroom
Teacher Testimonials on the Visible Classroom

So, the tablets came in. Obviously we logged them all on, explained the technology to the children. At first, they were all, sort of, very, very excited by it, this idea of something new in […] Read More

My KOREAN MIDDLE SCHOOLERS try AMERICAN SNACKS For the First Time
My KOREAN MIDDLE SCHOOLERS try AMERICAN SNACKS For the First Time

Oh, it smells strong! It smells like vinegar. It’s nice. It tastes better than it smells – scale from zero to ten. What what do you guys think? Six nine seven Ten. Yeah You two, […] Read More

Bruner’s Theory of Learning: 3 Steps to a World Class Education
Bruner’s Theory of Learning: 3 Steps to a World Class Education

Jerome Bruna’s theory of development is based on the assumption that we learn best when we go from concrete to abstract in a three-step process. First comes hands-on action, then learning with images, and finally […] Read More

Ben Carson: The Role of Discipline in Education (3 of 14) — TheBestSchools.org Interviews
Ben Carson: The Role of Discipline in Education (3 of 14) — TheBestSchools.org Interviews

In the same inner city school district, it was recently forbidden to discipline students for such “minor infractions” as talking over loudly during class, walking around the room, swearing at the teacher, even throwing objects […] Read More

Lainey Goes Goth to Reach a Student – Schooled
Lainey Goes Goth to Reach a Student – Schooled
Teacher Education Program
Teacher Education Program

My name is Jenna Haake. I just graduated with my masters from Boston College in moderate special needs. This past year, I spent my time as an intern at the Countryside School in Newton working […] Read More

Teaching Tips 2: Using Flashcards in the Classroom
Teaching Tips 2: Using Flashcards in the Classroom

Everybody! (All) One apple. But he was still hungry! It’s got such character, the book, the image of it, the fruit, the way it’s drawn, the caterpillar – it’s very distinctive. Five oranges. We talked […] Read More

All About Command Education – Christopher Rim
All About Command Education – Christopher Rim

Hi my name is Christopher Rim and I’m the founder and CEO of Command Education At Yale I worked as a research assistant for four years with Dr. Mark Bracket and throughout my research I […] Read More