It’s Time

Time. There’s nothing like a funeral to remind us that our days on this earth are numbered. Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return. Time. I often hear that time is one of the greatest barriers to teachers doing innovative things in their classrooms. I don’t have time to flip my classroom, or start a student blogging project, or connect with other schools, or develop an inquiry-based approach to some of my units. There’s not enough class time. There’s not enough planning time. There’s certainly not enough time for collaboration and professional development. There never seems … Continue reading It’s Time