I’d Like to Apologize to Every Teacher I Ever Had: My Year As a Rookie Teacher at Northeast High (Review)

Now, maybe it’s because I’m not American, but I had no idea that this television show with Danza teaching had ever existed. And so, when the audiobook popped up in my recommendations list on Audible, it was the first I’d heard of it. Never being one to miss a book about someone’s teaching experiences, though, I decided to pick it up.

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Boys Adrift: The Five Factors Driving the Epidemic of Unmotivated Boys and Underachieving Young Men (Review)

I loved this book. It had so much information, and so much care was taken in making that information accessible to the reader in ways that they could understand, that it was actually kind of a pleasure to read. Even though it was about deep social issues and basically indicted our society for failing boys as a whole gender.

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Readicide (Review)

Kids who are minimally literate hate worksheets. They struggle with their reading constantly, and then they’re given sheets that plain-out bore them to tears. I want to find something that actually works and fosters a love of reading in these kids. Just because they’re behind doesn’t mean that we have to sentence them to a life of always-being-behind!

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