Reflection

Pedagogy

Relationships come first, followed by student choice and voice. Almost from day one of my teaching, those two things were important for my students to choose to learn.

UnPlug?

Unplug! Unplug? Today many are concerned with the amount of time spent plugged in, detached from the “real world.” Yet, so many of us connect for “real” reasons and with “real” people. So, how do we contain this thing, this “unplugging?”