What are your hopes and dreams for this school year?
Many teachers ask students this question at the start of every school year. It sets the stage […]
Culture isn’t just a “feel good” part of our classrooms and schools. Being thoughtful about creating and sustaining an effective learning and work culture is foundational to unlocking a the power and potential of the people you live to serve.
This is a guest post from James Sapia, who teaches fifth grade ELA/Social Studies in Stamford, CT. His teaching philosophy: "I teach kids, not content. I believe in taking risks and working collaboratively to augment student achievement." Follow James on Twitter @mrsapia_teach