Most educators have no experience nor did they receive preparation during their training on how to deal with teaching in a crisis.
Teachers still hold the key to children’s learning and no keyboard or screen can replace their role.
Teachers need training and support to deal with increasing diversity in their classrooms.
On the occasion of World Teacher’s Day, on Oct. 5, a scholar explains why borrowing teacher quality models from high-scoring countries such as Finland, South Korea or Singapore is not effective.
How did Sol Plaatje, a man with only four years of formal schooling, become one of South Africa’s most brilliant and committed public educators?
October 5 is World Teachers’ Day. How about paying some attention to how teachers experience their work? Do teachers in Finland have more autonomy when compared to those in the US?
There are plenty of signs that teaching as a vocation is in trouble in the US.