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Uncle Curmudgeon: Don’t Hide Learning When It’s Fun!

Uncle Curmudgeon: Don’t Hide Learning When It’s Fun!

Every now and then, I come across a letter from Uncle Curmudgeon, an old retired teacher, to his niece, Kennari, an aspiring new teacher. I’m happy to pass them along from time to time!   Dear Kennari, Greetings. It’s another slow day here at Sweet Meadow Acres

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Integrating a Whole Child Approach: Beyond Extra Curricular Activities

Integrating a Whole Child Approach: Beyond Extra Curricular Activities

Few would argue with the importance of educating the whole child. Even in today’s age of standardized testing and emphasis on academic standards, perhaps even because of this recent emphasis, educators are increasingly aware of the need to nurture students’ complete development. As I work with schools

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Uncle Curmudgeon: Pop Quizzes

Uncle Curmudgeon: Pop Quizzes

Every now and then, I come across a letter from Uncle Curmudgeon, an old retired teacher, to his niece, Kennari, an aspiring new teacher. I’m happy to pass them along from time to time! Enjoy!     -Mike   Dear Kennari- It was wonderful to receive your last letter.

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A Growth Mindset in Mathematics

A Growth Mindset in Mathematics

Last evening I dislodged myself from home and made the 30-minute drive to Exeter High School to hear a talk given by Dr. Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Warm and witty, with a keen sense of purpose and mission,

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Good Teaching in the NFL

Good Teaching in the NFL

Good teaching is good teaching is good teaching, whether you’re helping fourth graders learn to multiply or teaching a wide receiver a new play.

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Leading Great Learning

Mike Anderson is an energetic, experienced, and highly sought-after educational consultant who helps facilitate great learning in schools all over the United States and beyond. He has over twenty years of experience as a teacher, consultant, presenter, and developer and has authored many books and articles about great teaching and learning.