Victoria Nichols, a former member of our team, has recently completed her first year as a middle school teacher in California. Last year, she shared her thoughts on the meaning of “good” teaching in a previous blog post. In this new contribution, …
But then the question becomes, how do you measure something so nebulous? What individual factors, what criteria, when added up, total a “good” teacher?
Do Students Really Remember What They Learn in School? Life and Career after Exposure to the Good Work Course
At the end of a typical university semester, professors will hand out evaluations to students with the hope of garnering insightful and constructive feedback about a course. Unfortunately, professors will typically distribute these evaluations in the final moments of class or in conjunction with an examination. As such, students will frequently dismiss the questions, providing vague or incomplete responses as they aren’t allowed the time necessary to produce thoughtful answers
Today’s youth are completely absorbed by their technological devices, which has begun to raise some concerning questions. Many are beginning to wonder whether technology is impeding creativity in today’s youth.