Tagged: Lesson Planning

Hard and Soft Individualism: Is One Better Than Another?

By Alisha Parikh, SED ‘17 Compare the two statements, “Sit down, get your books out, and start working.” and “I love seeing how wonderful all of your work has been, why don’t we put some of your work up on the walls?” These two phrases are a glimpse into a long held debate about the […]

The Classroom Outside of the School

By Michelle Yelaska, SED 2016 The coolest field trip I wasn’t invited on was a visit to downtown Chicago to take pictures of geometric shapes. As a native Chicagoan (from an hour outside the Windy City), I love every opportunity to visit the city. In ninth grade, our teachers brought the Honors Geometry students to […]

Dear Future

Dear Future Ms. Dolce, As I sit here with my face buried in books and unending assignments filling up my calendar, I figured I would write you some teacher tips before you forget what it’s like to be a student. So the next time you can’t understand why your students are not doing what you […]