Bernard Pierorazio

Leader, Educator, Activist

Category: Education Policy (Page 2 of 3)

What Makes a Great Teacher?

Though I am no longer in the classroom, I constantly reminisce about the times when I was a soldier in the fight for education equity. Within my four walls of my class, I saw hope, pain, failure, love, passion, and most importantly success. With all of the undergoing changes that we are seeing within the […]

Steps to Plan a Tiered Activity

Day in the Life: Arkansas Teacher of the Year

How to Map out Your D.I. Lessons

Differentiated Instructions in Practice

The New Age of Teaching: Bell-To-Bell

Unlike the antiquated style of teaching where in the past a teacher can stand in front of a classroom and lecture for an entire hour, the new supportive instructional delivery has taken a more interactive stance of what is required by both the teacher and their students. A lot of this is shaped by the […]

The Staggering Cost of Teacher Attrition

Culturally Responsive Teaching by Demetrius Lancaster

Education Reform Infograph: Back to School Statistics

Joshua Katz Tedx: The Voice of a Frustrated Educator

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