Tag Name: teacher reflection

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Once a Teacher, Always a TeacherLeaving my teaching position, but bringing my teacher voice with me.2017
Now on Teacher Voice: #teach180In our inaugural episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, Knowles Fellows explore how Twitter’s #teach180 changed their teaching.2017
Letter to the Editors: Teaching with TechnologyI wanted to thank you for running Beverly Stuckwisch's article on teaching in a one-to-one classroom in the Spring 2017 issue of Kaleidoscope (“An Honest Look at a One-to-One Classroom”). I was particularly impressed Beverly was able to identify the assumptions she held about what teaching in a digitally-rich environment would be like, as well as her ability to present the beginning of a framework for using technology in ways that truly support student learning.2017
From the Editors’ Desk: Our Current Narratives Aren’t EnoughYou can tell from perusing this issue that we’ve been thinking quite a bit about “super-teacher” stories—the narratives surrounding what these teachers do, where those narratives come from, and how they affect our identities as teachers and learners.2017
Do I Belong Here?: The Struggles of our First Generation StudentsWhy didn’t anyone tell me that college would change me, and my family might not recognize me the same, and that I would identify myself differently?2017
#TEACH180: A Window into our ClassroomsHow do teachers offer insights into their practices, successes and struggles while simultaneously elevating their voices? #teach1802017
Two Weeks in Tibet (sort of): The Value of a Cultural Exchange Between Science and SpiritualityIn the backdrop of all these benefits there looms the thing that I find to be the most important thing we stand to gain from working with these monks and nuns. It is the insight that working with this community is a poignant reminder that our role as educators and scientists is so much bigger than merely teaching content and discovery.2017
A False Sense of Student SuccessHow could a system that had been set up to help students hurt some so much?2017
Connection Circles: How to Establish a Restorative Circle PracticeConnection circles are a relationship building process used to promote understanding, share experiences, build relationships, and establish a circle practice.2017
What Makes “Good” Teaching?I unpacked this question after a difficult year by asking others for their answer.2017