Read TiGEs from the very beginning. This issue is the very first installment of TiGEs. Read a featured article by Washington Post writer Alifie Kohn on teaching students what he calls “reflective rebelliousness” as a means of countering their sense of entitlement and egocentrism Further, Dan Sheffield discusses cultural preparedness of teachers in a radio interview. Sheffield is currently working with expert educators to prepare them in launching a Student Enrichment program. Finally, N N S Chandra offers advice to students regarding studying abroad.
How to Teach Students Not to do Everything They Are Told to Do!- By Alifie Kohn
Washington Post writer Alifie Kohn writes about teaching students what he calls “reflective rebelliousness” in his article “How to Teach Students Not to do Everything They Are Told to Do!” To read this article Click Here .
Prof Sheffield Visits Iowa to Prepare Teachers for a Student Enrichment Program (SEP)
Dan Sheffield spends three days in Iowa working with teachers and staff. He conducted several training programs (both public and private), mostly working on cultural preparedness and SEPs (Student Enrichment Programs). Sheffield also spent some time with the press and media, including an interview which aired on AM 600 new talk radio station. To listen to the interview Click Here .
Chat With Senior Counselor, N N S Chandra
Educator and Senior Counselor N N S Chandra answers student questions on studying abroad. To read the Q and A session Click Here.