Tagged: zen

Zen and the Act of Teaching

A few schools have purchased this book – I think that is an accomplishment. I’ve had innumerable conversations about the contents and a few people will be mentioning in forthcoming reflective teaching books. Here’s the book in presentation format (click the photo). It’ll give you...

Zen and the Act of Teaching

I’ve been digging through my old teaching diary from teacher’s college (1990). Interesting to note how much I still believe and how much has fallen into the dustbin of “doing it for awhile”. Part of writing a journal is this discovery of one’s teaching self...

Classroom Management Styles

Socrates said, “know thyself”.  Shakespeare, “to thine own self be true”.  I think both apply directly to any teacher that wants to be effective in their job and enjoy their work/self. This is why I’m a big believer in reflective teaching practices. (see my own...

Zen and the Act of Publishing a Book (part 1)

Jeremy Harmer made a comment in defense of big publishers the other day.  He said, “the cost of producing a book is horrendous these days, the investment staggeringly high.” I took that as a challenge so within 8 hours I CREATED and PUBLISHED a book....

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