How teachers can work now to improve for next year

05/13/2013 |

Teachers can use this time near the end of the school year to reflect on how they can improve their teaching for next year, writes Richard Curwin, director of the graduate program in behavior disorder at David Yellin College. In this blog post, he suggests that teachers be ready to change, prepare lists to help guide the process, ask students to write essays with feedback and ask students to role play as if they are the teacher.

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