BY GOD THAT BULL HAS A FAMILY

teachingtoday:

I have been behind for this entire school year.

You are not alone.

therapy helps. I dread it, and it makes me uncomfortable, but it helps and I’m going to keep doing it.

teachnologies:

thesnarkyschoolteacher:

Good infographic.

This is one of the only way I’ll take notes. It’s fantastic, especially when you’re skimming back later.

Fold notes section over. Look at recall column. Turn main ideas and facts into questions. Check your answers with your notes. Instant practice test.

teachnologies:

thesnarkyschoolteacher:

Good infographic.

This is one of the only way I’ll take notes. It’s fantastic, especially when you’re skimming back later.

Fold notes section over. Look at recall column. Turn main ideas and facts into questions. Check your answers with your notes. Instant practice test.

(Source: lavidapoliglota, via from-tutor-to-teacher)

Social media shaming increasingly is a tactic parents employ when calling, emailing or sitting through individualized education program, or IEP, meetings does not get the results they seek.

This Jon Singer sounds like a real peach..

Singer fought his own very explosive battles with the school district of Tenafly, N.J. “I don’t even call them animals,” he said of the school officials. “It’s like an insult to dogs.”

He created a Facebook page. “I had 8,000 followers,” he said. “People started saying ‘I need your help.’ Others said, ‘I’d like to help.’ “

Taylor’s story appeared on Singer’s page, Drive4Rebecca. He takes most of the credit for terms like “HELLSborough County” and MaryEllen EVILia,” for superintendent MaryEllen Elia. He called her the “Torturer in Chief.”

How does it ever get to this point?