As the end of the first semester during COVID-19 approaches, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on how the experience has gone and what I can do going forward to make the school year a better experience for the students and myself.
In early 2019, I walked into an exhibit at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles that exponentially expanded my love and respect for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
As I think about my virtual learning experience in the time of quarantine, I will say the feeling that is more dominant than most is “dislike.
The times in which we are living are truly odd and unprecedented.
Do you purposely plan your lessons with your students’ “interests” in mind? If not, you should start doing so immediately.
How do you start your class every day?
Do you remember your favorite teacher? Who could ever forget that teacher? Who could ever forget the special way that teacher inspired you and made you a better student and person at the same time?
How can we help you?