Trying hard to become a better educator. No where near there yet, but getting closer at least.
3 Strategies For Maintaining Quality When PD Is ‘In-House’ by Paul Moss, edmerger Do you know if your staff are getting what you want them to get? For lots of teachers, professional development has been a large thorn in their side. And there are legitimate reasons for this perception: teachers feel like they are shoved […]
It’s Time To Treat Homework Like Any Other Lesson by Paul Moss Imagine observing a lesson in which you see a teacher give the students 2 or 3 or 4 times more work than they can handle. Or more critically, that much more than actually will help them learn. You’d be scratching your head. You […]
Flipping Lesson Design: Moving The Learning Objective To The End by Paul Moss There would be few teachers around the world who haven’t been advised to publish lesson objectives at the beginning of every lesson. After all, this is a signal for students where the learning is going, and can help keep teachers and students […]
Stop Praising Student Work. Be Specific Instead. by Paul Moss, @edmerger There is some very useful discussion presently about minimizing written feedback to save teachers time, with excellent strategies to achieve it promoted by Enser, and McGill. We all know that time demands on teachers seems to be ever growing. Sometimes I feel I must […]