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We are beginning a unit on the Persians and Zoroaster in my world history class. Being a classicist, I love this stuff, and I have a fairly good prior knowledge; nonetheless, I am awed at how America (and out State and National legislatures) has taken gun control and made it into a "good versus evil" … Continue reading There is nothing irresistible in Florida right now.
What literacy wrought via Goodbyes
This week is Commit to Action week at school. With no rush to get in an hour early, I ponder my resistance to this new start to my day via Beginnings.
via Come, come
"Practice," as in homework, takes buy-in. What's the buy-in for students in our classroom? Grades? Fear of consequences? Accolades? Certainly not samyama. It's time to rethink why we assign homework in the classroom. Practice is important, but so is teaching why practice is important and how frustration is part of challenge and growth! via Beautiful … Continue reading Irresistible Practice