Becky Suthers has been a national trainer for TCI for seven years. She recently accepted a unique teaching job that was all the talk at the TCI Leadership Conference. At a time when most classrooms are exploding with students, Becky’s classroom has the opposite problem. She’ll be blogging for us regularly to gather your wisdom, [...]
Whether you are a new teacher or a seasoned veteran, you have likely already participated in or at least overheard a discussion about scheduling. During my tenure as a middle school teacher, I taught on a traditional schedule and also a block schedule. I must admit that block scheduling is my preference, but I had [...]
It’s more than just virtual field trips! As we all strive to create model 21st Century Classrooms conducive to learning in a digital age, more and more teachers are turning to distance learning models for a variety of lessons and activities. Living in a college town with a great teacher ed program, I have the [...]
Posted: June 15th, 2010 under Uncategorized.
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