Professional Development: The Next Generation pt 1

“Professional Development” has a negative connotation for many teachers. In other professions, professionals are hungry for training on the latest techniques, mindset and tactical approaches. NASCAR Pit Crews get training. If they fail to get a tire changed in seconds, Continue Reading

What Seymour Papert Meant to Us

Let’s play a game. Guess when the following quotes were first published: “[W]hen a child learns to program, the process of learning is transformed. It becomes more active and self-directed. In particular, the knowledge is acquired for a recognizable personal Continue Reading

Marathon Runner- Rock Like a Teacher Series

Ed. Note- In honor of the CUE Rock Star Camps, which run all summer, we will be presenting a Rock Like a Teacher series of posts in which educators talk about the music and musicians who made them better teachers. I am Continue Reading

What a Time to Teach Languages!

What a time to be alive! The whole world is inside our classrooms every day. I like to pretend it’s me bringing it to my Spanish I and II students, but really, they’ve had it in their pocket the whole Continue Reading

Qué Momento Para Enseñar Idiomas

[Ed. Note- Since this is about second language learning and a Spanish teacher wrote it, she’s graciously translated it into Spanish for us. For English, click here.] ¡Qué días para los maestros de idiomas! El mundo entero está dentro de Continue Reading