One of the things I dreaded most as a teacher was attending professional development sessions offered by my schools. PD … Continue reading Doing PD The Right Way
One of my favorite actors is Samuel L. Jackson. Sam Jackson’s resume is extensive. He’s been in such movies as … Continue reading Escaping the Typecast
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When it comes to recruiting prospective teachers of color, some school administrators and human resource managers claim that there aren’t … Continue reading Have You Considered an HBCU when Recruiting Prospective Black Male Teachers?
Teachers desire to be effective. While aspiring to be the “teacher of the year” maybe a worthwhile and admirable goal, … Continue reading Teacher Efficacy & The Novice Teacher
One of the more tedious things you will do as a teacher is lesson plan. It is a necessary evil. … Continue reading The Tedious Art of Lesson Planning