I’ve read a few blog posts recently about being a “Master Teacher.” I listen to podcasts where “Master Teachers” are interviewed. I’ve been in meetings where the phrase “Master Teacher” was tossed around. But for as many times as I’ve read or heard those two words, the question I keep coming back to is this, […]Read more "Can you really be a “Master Teacher?”"
As my class gets deeper into the Arab-Israeli Conflict, we came to the UN Partition Plan of 1947 today. I use to just show them the map, talk about why it failed, and move on to the first war Israel and it’s neighbors had. That’s what I would have done in years past. Rather than […]Read more "If you give students time, they’ll give you results!"