When I heard his “I can’t do it” cry, it evoked in me a protective instinct to rush to his rescue. It took my observant and wise husband only one afternoon of watching my “rescuing” to figure out what the problem was: me.
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Here we feature posts written by our teachers, students, and other members of the Trinity community.
“Stop your children’s fighting in three easy steps!” “Turn your kids from enemies into best friends!”
We may see promises like this and throw our hands up in the air, convinced that they can never deliver.
Do you preview the books your child reads? Should you? If a book seems harmless, is it really necessary?
. . . true teaching focuses not on how or what we teach, but rather on the result or what has changed for our students after being taught.
Upon entering the gym, I noticed an unfamiliar group of people amidst the usual sea of Trinity polo shirts. I soon learned that they were Korean visitors, some of whom were North Korean refugees.
It is not uncommon for students to become anxious and dread a test day. How, then, can teachers help lessen this anxiety while still gathering evidence of student learning?