• Schools & Education

    The Pros and Cons for Charter, Public, and Private Schools, Oh My!

    The debate between charter school, public school, or private school seems never ending. There is good reason for this, ultimately, the decision rests on the parent and child. No one can tell you where to send your child for their education. It is, however, one of the most important decisions you will ever make for your kid. In my 9 years of experience, I have taught at two charter schools, two public schools, a private school, and an international private school. I also taught at a religious-based private pre-school. (While I was getting my degree.) I can’t tell you what the right answer is for your family. What I can…

  • Curriculum,  Technology

    7 Interactive Websites for Student Engagement

    Technology, Technology, Technology! This is the buzz word of 21st-century teaching. How does the modern teacher accomplish this feat of integrating technology into the classroom? Using interactive websites for student engagement of course! I’ve put together a great list of websites that can be used in the classroom as a way to fuse student centered learning with technology. The other positive about using some of these websites is that it take the cognitive load off the teacher and centers it on the student. This is another directive I’ve heard many times. Teachers spend a lot of time thinking for the students. You don’t know how many times I’ve observed a…

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