Article by Dr. Richard Curwin of David Yellin College describes how “fair” in a classroom doesn’t mean equal. He gives seven valuable tips for teachers to differentiate. Page 46 "Fair is ensuring all learners get what they need to succeed".
Free and Funny Workplace Ecard: Judging a teacher on their students’ test scores makes as much sense as judging a farmer on his crop without accounting for drought, freezes, or disease.
Free Guide: Learn step-by-step how to create social media guidelines in your classroom and school.
Should be Fair Vs Same, so not to be confused with equality arguments. Equal classroom poster - exactly what I was searching for!
The Curious Apple: FREE Fair Isn't Always Equal Poster :) ~Say this to my girls all of the time!
10 Rhetorical Questions to Stop Using in the Classroom along with much better alternatives. A total MUST READ for teachers (and parents).><> I can totally feel the frustrating rhetorical questions coming out of my mouth as a parent.
Never judge a child. Open minds & open hearts will open doors to learning. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Creating Classrooms for Social Justice. Teach your students about making positive change in the world by connecting with them, discussing real-world problems and multiple perspectives, creating classroom community, and including authentic assessment.