After being diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in the second grade, I learned the hard way what it meant to share that piece of my identity with others. It meant constant, unsolicited opinions on the moral and medical wisdom of my Ritalin prescription. It meant starkly lower expectations for my academic work and my future. It meant people were surprised when I excelled academically, and that I worked twice as hard out of the fear that others saw me as incompetent.
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Whether your students are organized in rows, clusters, pods, pairs or in a semi-circle, the seating arrangement you choose for your classroom will have a considerable effect on the classroom dynamic.
With the start of the new term, some teachers might decide to forego traditional rows and try something innovative to engage their class when it comes to seating. The new arrangement may provide opportunities for better classroom management, but not without some obstacles.
Check out these three common classroom seating arrangements and some of the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Is this year’s Super Bowl lineup leaving you cold? Even if your favorite team didn’t make the cut (or you couldn’t care less about football), Super Bowl Sunday is a great day to get together with friends, enjoy some greasy finger foods, and yell at the TV when things get heavy.
As it so happens, this year’s Super Bowl falls on the last day (Feb. 7) of Teach For America’s 25th anniversary. Meaning? The party never ends, my friends. You can go straight from TFA’s big bash in Washington, DC (or from tuning in via livestream, hint hint) to your Super Bowl party, and no one will mind you’re so full of Team TFA spirit since errbody will be rooting maniacally for somebody.
“Computer programming is a next generation skill which can solidify a career in many professions and places,” Mr. Taylor says. “By receiving early training in coding, students at Little Wound can have a leg up against competitors when they apply for college or a job.”
It’s finally freezing here in NYC, and we’ve been craving soup for days now that Old Man Winter seems here to stay. For this soup, we took a handful of all of the veggies we had in the fridge. (You can use your favorites!) We used extra-lean ground beef since it was going into a pot with tons of other flavors.
What You Need
-1 lb extra-lean ground beef
-1 tsp salt and pepper
-1 small onion, minced
-3 cloves garlic, minced
-1 cup celery, diced
Every fall for the past three years I’ve taught a small seminar course, Issues and Debates in Life Development, a course that could otherwise be titled, the Best of Psychology and Sociology 101, to first-semester freshmen at the University of Texas. The first half of the course covers psychological concepts such as attachment theory and relationships, while the second half covers forms of social oppression such as racism, classism, ableism, sexism, and heterosexism.