I don’t really know how to start this post off because my summer break ends today. I hope my readers enjoyed the past two months and the great weather that it offered. Also, I appreciate my readers for taking their time to check out my posts. Now, there’s some worrying here and there about my… Read More Break Recap & Back to School
Tommy is a student in Central New Jersey. His classroom consists of 40 students who are all in third grade. Before the weekend, Tommy had been working on a bean plant experiment and observed how the plant reacted to the sunlight. He is enthusiastic and excited to return to school. -Monday morning Tommy: How was your weekend… Read More PARCC Testing is the Solution
The worst part of group work is when your group members stereotype you as the ‘smart one’. Which gives them the inclination to slack off and assume the ‘smart one’ will handle all of their problems. So this time, for personal and blogging purposes, I decided to log my hours of work on a certain… Read More Uncooperative – Hanging On
“Students are full of potential” That’s a tough statement to ignore when more than 60% of your class has failed both math and science during the first half of the school year. To compensate for that loss, teachers give 2 weeks for students to bring their marks back up. That’s when 60% of the class… Read More Our Education System NEEDS to Change(CBE)
So my friend showed me this list that their English teacher handed out. It was a worksheet where you had to list the points based on their importance of being a good husband/wife. The whole purpose of this list was to help with an essay about marriage. Also, this sheet was for marks so you… Read More School Appropriate?
Last week I found an event that held mock simulations of the United Nations meetings. Actually, I was really surprised that students were actually interested in global affairs. After I heard about it, I started to become curious. There also seemed to be lots of anticipation from surrounding high schools. Maybe it was time to… Read More Model United Nations – Can it work out?
With schools acquiring bigger budgets than ever before, where does the money go to? Infrastructure? Teachers? Once, in my freshman year at high school, I had a teacher who talked about respect for the laptop cart. Basically, a cart containing about twenty laptops needed as much attention as a student getting bullied, maybe even more. Also, the… Read More How Much Technology is Enough for our Classrooms?