"In Their Own Words" originated from the desire to better understand teachers’ ideas — to hear them describe their experiences in their own voices, unfiltered. So, we closely analyzed what teachers were saying online from January to May 2014, gathering a collection of statements teachers wrote themselves. This booklet shares these teacher narratives with you.
As more states and districts consider using student perceptions surveys as a tool to give teachers feedback on their practice, Tennessee teacher Josalyn Tresvant tells her peers at an ECET2 convening why she asks her students for their feedback on her teaching.
As a high social studies teacher, I have the weighty responsibility of introducing the students in my rural school in Kentucky to historical, civic, geographical, and economic issues that are quite often beyond the scope of their day-to-day lives.
Apr 11, 2015
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