None of our concerns about student readiness for college are ever going to be resolved if we don’t help students learn how to stop fearing questions, themselves and others, writes Laurence Musgrove. Source: The importance of teaching students not to fear (essay)
Found this on Facebook, and the attributed source is Gary Provost.
Our marriage is old enough to buy its own lottery tickets and sign up for the Selective Service. OMG. How did we get here so fast? LOL! As all educators know, any holiday or celebration that arrives in May has to get in line behind all the end of school […]
As I understand it, the Vikings believed that the afterlife was too fuzzy to put much stock in (maybe it existed, maybe it didn’t, but who could know for sure). But one thing a person could take charge of was the way he died. “Die well.” For a warrior, that meant […]