High School Teacher’s Blog

2018 Survey Results: Identifying the Educators

Contributor: Lucas Hilty | File type : Blog Post

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Monkeys to Infinity: A Fun Way to Teach Probability

Contributor: Lucinda J Miller | File type : Blog Post

If you put a monkey in front of a typewriter and let him type for a very long time, would he eventually produce the works of Shakespeare?This question, or a version similar to it, has been flo... Read More

Chicken of the Woods: The Best Mushroom in the Classroom

Contributor: Kyle Lehman | File type : Blog Post

It’s that time of year when many of us find ourselves thinking forward. It’s finally time to turn over that new leaf that we have been staring at for the last several years. I am resolved once aga... Read More

Are You Planning to Wing It?

Contributor: Peter Goertzen | File type : Blog Post

You rush off ten minutes after dismissal on Friday and drive across three states, beginning a weekend of much activity and little sleep. When you get out of bed on Monday morning, it’s an hour b... Read More

Tech Tools for Schools

Contributor: Kendall Myers | File type : Blog Post

While the boom in tech gadgets and computer apps has created many pitfalls, the same technology offers powerful, useful tools to teachers and administrators.  Here are a few tools that have prove... Read More

When You Can’t Read, Maybe You Can Listen

Contributor: Peter Goertzen | File type : Blog Post

Reading is essential for expanding knowledge, but it requires dedicated time that can be hard to set aside. Audio recordings give us opportunities to learn while we do other things, such as drivin... Read More

Four Classic Books for a Teacher’s Summer

Contributor: Peter Goertzen | File type : Blog Post

As your school year ends, it’s a good time to think about how you can grow in preparation for next year. Reading, of course, is a valuable catalyst for growth. Last year, I wrote a post on summer re... Read More

Am I Mr. Fix-It?

Contributor: Peter Goertzen | File type : Blog Post

I hadn’t been teaching very long when I noticed that my students had lots of problems, bad problems. I’ve seen them deal with abuse, mental illness, chronic poor health, church strife, broken fa... Read More

Lean Manufacturing: A Philosophy for Teachers?

Contributor: John Mark Kuhns | File type : Blog Post

Last summer, I had the privilege of working at my father’s business just as he was starting to put significant effort into implementing an approach called “lean manufacturing.” As its name sug... Read More

Caring about Apathy

Contributor: Peter Goertzen | File type : Blog Post

Over on the forums, Jane Bauman asks a question that surely vexes us all: “What are ways to help older (fully capable) students want to reach their full potential instead of trying to get by wit... Read More