Written by @teacherevolution; published by W.W. Norton & Company: https://k-12talk.com/2021/10/13/how-to-sustain-hybrid-learning-models/
Written by @teacherevolution; published by @edutopia https://www.edutopia.org/article/5-tips-becoming-apolitical-teacher
Written by @teacherevolution; published by @edutopia: https://www.edutopia.org/article/inquiry-based-learning-english-classrooms
Dear Minister Lecce and Premier Ford, I realize that you have a big decision on your hands this week regarding school re-openings in Ontario, and that you are receiving “conflicting” advice from medical officials regarding whether or not it is “safe” to re-open them. Although you’ll most likely not read this open letter, I thought… Continue reading Open Letter to Minister Lecce and Premier Ford: OPEN OUR SCHOOLS
Written by @TCHevolution; published by @Edutopia. How to Manage Online Bookclubs: https://www.edutopia.org/article/how-manage-online-book-club
Let me summarize this for everyone just to bring it home:
- The largest identifiable ‘group’ of students in Applied high school courses in Ontario are white males.
- There is a significant achievement gap in literacy skills between female and male students in Ontario.
- There is a significant achievement gap in literacy skills between Academic and Applied students in Ontario.
Read on for a brief overview of what’s new, how to prepare students, and what may lie ahead…
Written by @TCHevolution; published by @K-12talk.com 5 Ways to Use Digital Storytelling with Your Students
Although exams are an ‘option’ for course culminating tasks at the secondary level in Ontario, it is my belief that they should be mandatory. In the current world of education, they really are one of the only methods of generating authentic learning from students. Moreover, they allow students opportunities for independence, resilience and confidence – all attributes that students in our modern world are desperately in need of.
Stay tuned for the five easy peasy ways I increase my teaching income between approximately $10,000-$15,000/year.