"We, teachers, should update ourselves, and adapt to these new learners who are the young people.
They are so exposed to TV, computers, esp. internet that they are all the time waiting for immediate answers. Let's help them learn using all…"
"Love this article!! Especillay the last part: "If we approach each child as a unique and different individual, meet every child where they currently are, give every child a part in the process, trust every child to do what is right, and most…"
"Great article! I completely agree with the idea that we, teachers, alwasys work for the benefit of our students. We may complain about pay ( I think merit pay could work just for some people) but when we set down to work we do our best independently…"
"Interesting question. I tend to agree with the camp that questions the format used in most schools today with the one size fits all presentations rather than working on individual's needs for development. That being said, I can understand how…"
As a society, we place a premium on innovators and entrepreneurs. They are admired, or for some revered in Business, Politics, and even Education. The reason for that bias is that innovators and entrepreneurs are scarce commodities. Most people are employees and not entrepreneurs. There is nothing wrong with that. Most people follow trends; they don’t start them. There is nothing wrong with that. Few people lead while most people follow. Again, there is nothing wrong with that. On the surface…See More