In a Teacher’s Shoes

    I’m standing in front of my small audience of seven live, in-the-flesh students. My other eight students are hidden behind a camera and sitting on a desk next to me. I ask a simple question: “What does ‘tener’ mean?” Three students in front of me hazard a guess. “To be?” “To have?” “It’s somethingContinue reading “In a Teacher’s Shoes”

The Failure of Crisis Education… And What to Do Next

It doesn’t take a research expert, only a single parent, to tell you that last spring’s online education program was a disaster within a global disaster.     Now, heading back into the school year, you are faced with a tough choice. Where should you send your child? There are many options: public school, charter school,Continue reading “The Failure of Crisis Education… And What to Do Next”