Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University

Chris Spackman A fairly well-kept secret on the Ohio Dominican University campus is that ODU is partnered with a local high school. In fact, that high school is right behind ODU. The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University is a … Continue reading

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So You Want to be a Substitute Teacher

Part One: The Process of Becoming a Substitute Whitney M. Jashinski Even teachers need to take a day off sometimes. Inevitably, they will get too sick to work, or have a family emergency, or need to take a day off … Continue reading

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Ed Kennedy of South-Western City Schools: District-Wide Positive Change

H. A. Rehm Going into TESOL can be intimidating. Many ESL teachers have limited resources, or struggle with a lack of support. Ed Kennedy of South-Western City Schools offers hope: evidence of how his district was transformed through teaching methods … Continue reading

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