Posts by Dr. Margy Jones-Carey
By: Dr. Margy Jones-Carey. The move to hyrbid and remote learning has paved the way for educators to make more time for formative assessments.
Developing a framework for a socially just school through literature and writing goes beyond the classroom to lessen apathy, enhance relationships and solidify student ownership.
The term cultural competence has been used for decades to try and get business and education to think differently about the changing world. Yet, the term cultural competence is often limited to understanding another person’s culture but not changing anything about our own practices as a result of this understanding. In response to this concern, several researchers began to use the term global competence instead.
Sometimes teachers are faced with the challenge of students who just “give up” at the first sign of an academic challenge. Learn how helping them develop metacognition will instill academic resilience and allow for learning to be maximized.
Research demonstrates that restorative practices can assist students with changing their behavior both in school and beyond. Learn more here.
As educators, we must teach students skills to solve problems we’ve never seen before and won’t see for years. Teaching students to ask questions enables them to gain many of the skills they'll need for success in the 21st Century.
It is hard to change a paradigm, but if we never start we won’t ever make it happen. Here are some first steps we can take in the journey to personalizing professional development for teachers.
At my school, we believed that each of us had to try and make a connection with students and, at some point, someone's try would be the one that worked. Here are seven positive acts we'd repeat until a connection was made.
Globalization and the spread of technology have pushed new paradigms into the classroom. How can teachers adjust their practices to prep students for the 21st-century? Find out here.