Tag Archives: EARCOS

Classroom Blogs Build Confidence: Sharing Our Action Research

Just about three weeks away from heading to Bangkok, Thailand! Besides seeing the beautiful people and land of smiles, I am looking forward to presenting a workshop at the 2014 EARCOS Teachers’ Conference, which will be hosted in Bangkok. I get … Continue reading

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The I-Search Process

I attended Writing a Paper Using the I-Search Process by Bethany Shull and Mary Fish. The I-Search inquiry based format allows students to write a research using guidelines to create first person “I” rather than the classic research format. The I-Search Report … Continue reading

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Top 12 Suggestions for Teaching Boys

Michael Thompson, psychologist, consultant and author of the book Raising Cain expressed there is a concerning downward trend with boys not performing as well as girls in most of first world nations. Boys are underachieving in the classroom. He stated … Continue reading

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Becoming a Student (Again)

Thank the Lord for conferences like EARCOS. After spending so many days and weeks and months being “teacher” at school, I feel like it’s my turn to be the student. I realize this should be the case more often in … Continue reading

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