I Spent a Year Teaching in South Korea: What American Schools Can Learn from an Education Superpower
I stand in a classroom, there’s only one screen, one white board, and a whole lot of paper. Twenty-four kids sit with their hands to their sides and faces turned to the front, which is expected or else they lose a group point.
I bring out a stack of paper and point to the baskets of markers at the front: “we’re making English magazine covers today.”
This was a synthesis lesson for my sixth graders, it’s meant to incorporate culture…