February 17, 2011 – Hilton Hawaiian Village “I want you to work less.” This was Dr. Mel Riddile’s directive in… Read more Efferent Understanding and Working Less! Highlights from the Hawaii Literacy Conference
I’m on a diet. I eat turkey burgers, veggies, grilled chicken, eggs, pork, steak, and lots of beans (not as… Read more To track or not to track?
I’m on break, so I thought I’d share how I clean the teacher brain over the holidays. Enjoy! (BTW please… Read more “Unsubscribe” – Teach in the Present’s 1st Video Blog!
I’m on break, so I thought I’d share how I clean the teacher brain over the holidays. Enjoy! (BTW please… Read more Teach in the Present’s Video Blog Ep. 1: Unsubscribe
Ruler of Education By Michael Cservenak In seventh grade English, I read Tom Sawyer, Treasure Island, and the Cycles of… Read more Ruler of Education – Jack C. Berckemeyer does TeachinthePresent’s first interview piece!
This past Sunday evening my wife-to-be Kestrel, our son Lucas, and I escaped our little home for a short shopping… Read more Practicality and the Rocking Chair
This is the situation in the public schools of America. The farther you travel away from the classroom the greater… Read more Why do new teachers quit?
from being someone skiddish about myspace to currently dipping my toes into the blogging arena (which is simultaneously a spacestation… Read more I admit it, I am amazed by blogs . . .
The following post will remain on this site on the “The Why” page as a continuously revised mission statement of… Read more Running Synopsis- a revised WHY
The virtues of surrender are undervalued. The thrill of the push is grossly exaggerated. Tired? Push. Lost? Forge ahead. In… Read more Surrender: Dynamite, the Brain, and the Bomb