This one made me giggle this morning! With high school students, it isn’t all that far off the mark.
This post was quest-written by Darlin’, a not-at-all-disgruntled-teacher, from keyandarrow.com
On the same degree to which my preteen students often leave me perplexed, they almost simultaneously make it all worth while, and I must take time to ponder the ways to reach these complex creatures. What I have discovered thus far:
Step 1: It’s All in the Name. Introduce yourself as Ms. or Mr. (Insert last name first initial here). Anything longer than that will take too long to enter into their smart devices. Plus, it’s more difficult for them to turn your last name into an insult; i.e., Ms. Wright is Ms. Wrong, Mr. Johnson’s Johnson, and Mrs. Brown makes me frown. See? Easy.
Step 2: It’s All in the Presentation. Begin class with a video. Make sure they know how long the video is. This is the only thing that matters.
Step 3: What are…
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