Monthly Archives: December 2018


Differentiation Opportunities: High Tech Low Tech

12/20/2018 | Written by Nicole Strasser

Recently Spanish 3 students at my school have been exploring different social and conservation problems through news, stories, and videos. While social activism is not exactly on the forefront of any of these sixteen year olds’ brains, I have found that there are 3 factors which play a very large role in student buy-in and […]

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Mentoring Matters: My Mentor Jody Schneider

12/12/2018 | Written by Anita Alkhas

On those mornings when thoughts about helping a particular student or trying out a new activity jolt me out of sleep way too early, it is comforting to know that Jody Schneider is already up and grappling with something similar. I know this because she once offered to meet me at 5am! I consider Jody […]

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