Author Archives: James C.
It has been a ridiculously long time since I’ve wrote anything here. It’s not because I’ve given up writing, it’s because I haven’t been in the teaching game…until now. I’m in a new city, new province, and just started on … Continue reading
At least I think it’s good news…from today’s Herald: Math classes to get overhaul in bid to improve grades A curriculum announcement by the Education Department Tuesday will add up to big changes in how math is taught in this … Continue reading
Computer science teachers offered cash incentive By Judith Burns Education reporter, BBC News High-flying graduates are to be given a £20,000 golden handshake to train as computer science teachers. Ministers have asked Facebook, Microsoft and IBM to help design the … Continue reading
Well well, I have certainly neglected this blog over the last couple months. I just didn’t have very much to write about it. With my official graduation coming up in less than two weeks, unfortunately, I do not have a … Continue reading
Here’s a good Washington Post article about Khan Academy that I’ve come across: (Hat Tip: dangerously ! irrelevant ) Some quotes from the article worth sharing: …effective teaching is incredibly complex. It requires planning. It requires reflection… …the truth is … Continue reading
Well, I’ve been really slack updating this blog lately. I’ve been bogged down with work and school, so I’m just writing a quick note right now to say I’m still alive here in the blogosphere and I plan on getting … Continue reading