We must speak, and teach our children to speak, a language precise and articulate and lively enough to tell the truth about the world as we know it.
How do we display data so that it is accessible? If teachers are given this data, what do they with it to improve outcomes for students?
Let’s stop the endless worksheets and cooperative groups that skim through text merely to find answers and grow a culture of reading.
What’s the difference between a teacher-centered and learner-driven classroom? A continuum of student choice in the classroom.
Educating students doesn’t have to take the form of a one-sided lecture or reading. In fact, it works better if it doesn’t.