Tag Archives: education

Dorky literary allusion to Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations as a vehicle for discussing my role as an educator

The educational bureaucracy wants simple, easy-to-read data, but students are human beings with complex intellectual and emotional needs. Can I serve both the system and my students? Try cramming a square peg into a round hole. Now imagine that the … Continue reading

Posted in colleagues, cultivating our voice, education, making change, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment