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The A.C.T. Strategy Part 1 of 3 Prison. Juvenile detention centers. The mean streets of the city. All of these things and more are possibilities for kids these days. I know, because I've been there myself. One simple, stupid mistake made when I was a teenager led to four hard years in a correctional facility, and during that time I spent nearly every day feeling like I had completely destroyed my chances of having a life. It's a harsh, empty feeling and one that nobo
There seems no shortage of ideas regarding what defines a “good” teacher in the context of IELTS instruction. Teachers and teaching have become subjects of conversation by a wide range of interested specialists. The literature contains a vast range of ideas, preconceptions and vested interests, each with a point of view to expound. One difficulty encountered in reviewing the literature is the way in which “good teacher,” “good teaching,” and “
This may be a controversial topic of discussion but it's a problem faced by students commonly: What if you have a 'bad' teacher at school during your all-important HSC year? Firstly, what do we mean by 'bad' teacher? We certainly don't mean a teacher who is strict and demands highly of his/her class (here, we call that a great teacher!).
Discussion of the differences between quantitative and qualitative research are numerous. Some of this discussion focuses on the epistemological differences, that is, differences in the nature and value of the knowledge obtained (Chong, 2006; Guba & Lincoln, 2005; Morgan, 2007). Other discussions center on...
When teachers collaborate, they do so with the goal of investigating additional ways to support their students' literacy development. It is even more helpful and beneficial to collaboration if each teacher brings information about their classroom success and needs to the dialogue once they've experimented with reflective learning logs.
Many teachers have never created any 'boundaries,' i.e., clear delineations, which may be physical or 'virtual,' where they draw the line. Do you and those around you know what your boundaries are?