Versículo de la BibliaPuesto que Cristo ha padecido por nosotros en la carne, vosotros también armaos del mismo pensamiento, pues quien ha padecido en la carne, terminó con el pecado.
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Category Archives: teaching to change lives
For the last four years or so at the end of the year, I ask students to write on a notebook anything theywant to say to me. Being the last year teaching, and since my students knew this, they wrote some thoughts for me. I’ve published some before. Here. Why do this? Teachers don’t often hear […]
I am a teacher by calling, choice and genetics. My grandmother had her own school and as far as I know that’s all she did. As I was growing up in El Salvador I didn’t give much thought on being a teacher but I know I had a curious mind. I wanted to know, to […]
In my previous blog I mentioned the first “law” of teaching, to get to know students on a personal basis. The second law of teaching is to teach with passion. Teaching with passion means that when you share with students a particular subject, you share something that is real for you, as much as possible. […]
There are certain “laws” that I think are indispensable to teach effectively and impact students’ lives. The first law is quite simple: get to know your students. Most of us teachers do fairly well in getting to know our students’ academic status but very few of us get know them as individuals. To impact students […]
The last week of school I passed around a journal and asked my students to write their thoughts about their school year. The results, which I will post here makes me realize that they changed a lot. This is why I teach. I teach to change lives. Quotes from Students About Our 2006-2007 Class(with minimum […]