Pernille Ripp · student surveys

End-of-the-year student surveys

Source: http://laketrail.ca/?p=1261 I took the plunge this week and asked my students to complete a survey about our year together. The questions didn’t ask for direct feedback about my teaching like some other surveys I’ve seen. Instead, I asked about specific units and events that happened in our classroom during the year. I wanted feedback, but I… Continue reading End-of-the-year student surveys

Pernille Ripp · teacher bullying

Adults Bullying Teachers – more common than you might think

A recent post by Pernille Ripp sounded eerily familiar and resonated with my own experiences as a teacher. It reminded me of my own trials and tribulations “fitting in” and “feeling appreciated” for what I bring to the table. I have always been an independent thinker, which has inadvertently created jealousies or bad feelings with… Continue reading Adults Bullying Teachers – more common than you might think