In this post, Sharon Roth writes, "When a colleague recently forwarded me an email with the subject line 'Wow!' and I saw a video labeled 'When a Lesson Goes Wrong,' admittedly I was more than a little bit pessimistic. I've never been a fan of reality TV, nor have I seen Hollywood successfully portray the realities of the classroom. However, in this video of Sarah Wessling's lesson gone wrong, we face the reality of what it means to be a teacher on a day-to-day basis. As much as we want to talk about what it means to be a reflective practitioner or what it means to have an administrator support such practices, the reality is we often have 3-5 minutes to revise and do it all over again." Read on.
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