Category Archives: What makes a Good Teacher?

On Teaching from Your Past

It’s been a long time since I’ve written on this blog, so here I am. This morning I was in the Cousera course run by Prof. Cathy Davidson from Duke University, History and Future of (Mostly) Higher Education. I’m not … Continue reading

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Rafe Esquith and WizIQ Conversations with Incredible Teachers

I’ve been blogging for WizIQ on and off for a few months now. It’s a privilege. I don’t think I’ve ever in my life been around a group of people with more passion for education, with more expertise, and with … Continue reading

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InformEd … on “Twenty Habits of Highly Effective Teachers”

Just to not miss a day, and because InformEd is one of my favorite blogs on teaching, I’m writing today under the category of “What Makes A Good Teacher” to tell you about a new post on the InformEd site … Continue reading

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What makes a good teacher?

Originally I was thinking that I would start featuring the blogs that I’m following, and I will get to that, but in the meantime I thought it might be a good idea to establish a new category called “What Makes … Continue reading

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