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When Paul Revere needed a job, he competed with the boys in his village. When I needed a job, I competed with the people in the metro-Detroit area. When our students need jobs, they will be competing globally. In the past we didn...
Dr. Seuss is a god [metaphor] when it comes to using metaphors to address complicated adults issues in fun, childlike rhymes. He is like an artist with an unending palette of colors [simile].
Teacher advisor Brent Vasicek discusses building students' self-esteem and how he balances honest praise and constructive criticism in the classroom.
Teacher advisor Brent Vasicek explains the 10/24/7+ Rule he uses to help students remember material: after teaching, review 10 minutes later, 24 hours later, 7 days later, and then periodically.
Take some time to reflect on the school year so far with these tips from Scholastic teacher advisor Brent Vasicek.