Teach’em Good is the shiny red apple on your teacher’s desktop. Crunchy, juicy, crisp ideas about education from the mind of an overeducated and underemployed teacher. Without getting too wrapped up in the metaphysics unit I did with my grade 12 philosophy class, I propose that this become an everexpanding space (that exists on some dimension) for the thoughts that are taking up too much room in my head.
About me, and what you might find on this blog:
- I know good grammar but sometimes I willfully ignore it.
- There’s theory in here somewhere, but I don’t do jargon.
- I am drawn to good-doers, not do gooders, and I see teaching as my best shot at bringing about positive social change.
- I’d rather be canoeing.