The Expression-Driven Classroom

I may be a rarity in administrative circles, because I genuinely enjoyed cafeteria supervision when I was a high school administrator. The reason I enjoyed lunch time with our students is because it gave me opportunities to talk with students about whatever they wanted to talk about. I learned a lot, and on some occasions … Continue reading The Expression-Driven Classroom

Designing for Variability in the Classroom

When you look around your classroom, you readily see the variability present in your students. Some are students are tall, while other students are short. Some students have long hair, while other students have short hair. Some students are heavier in build, while other students are thinner in build. What you cannot see is the … Continue reading Designing for Variability in the Classroom