A multicultural classroom is a celebration of the ethnic and racial groups in your classroom, particularly those that have been historically under represented. How do you do that in a meaningful way, whether you have a variety of cultures in your classroom or you teach in a predominately white school?
How do you handle the noise level in your classroom and get your students attention without screaming? What do you do about students who just refuse to study for tests? How do you create a self-sustaining classroom? We answer these and more in this first Q&A show!
Every year I do a project called Dear World, inspired by a photography project by Robert Fogarty of the same name.
Students write their message or story to the world on their body and I take a video of it.
In this video, I answer the web’s most searched questions about teaching. I stole this idea from One Happy Classroom who stole it from Wired
I haven’t done a ‘day in the life’ video in some time! This was the last day of classes right before finals week (so not
A few months ago I didn’t know that storytelling competitions were a thing. Then I heard Matthew Dicks on a podcast and he shared what