Browsing All Posts filed under »Teacher Research«

Learning How To Die

May 13, 2020


I think about death a lot, but as an atheist, a teacher, and a researcher, thinking about, learning about, and writing about the subject consumes part of nearly every day.

In Honor of Our Earth Mother

April 22, 2020


I was in kindergarten for the first Earth Day ever, and it had a huge impact on my consciousness. 

A “People” Is From A Place

April 8, 2020


It's all connected. How can we expect students to care about life on earth enough to help the human species survive if we teach them that nature is irrelevant for their lives?

The BITE Model: Power Tool for Thinking

March 10, 2020


“How can we judge whether one model is better than another?”

Educators Against Academic Excellence? Part 3

February 27, 2020


The situation was heart-breaking; for me, it will always be so. 

Educators Against Academic Excellence? Part 2

February 26, 2020


I thought that administrators would enthusiastically embrace practices that could eliminate the need for in-school suspensions and keep students in classes. I was wrong.

Educators Against Academic Excellence?

February 25, 2020


Why would it be desirable to see a young person begin engaging in college scholarship but undesirable for a teacher to continue engaging in university-based scholarship throughout their career?