As a newspaper columnist, Nancy Devlin, Ph.D. has written over 700 articles on subjects related to education and parenting. Welcome to her Classroom!
The Council for Basic Education, in a survey, asked teachers how to improve the quality of teacher education programs. The results indicate that most college and university programs concentrate on the theory of teaching and not on the practice of … Continue reading
For most of recorded history, young men trained for their trades by being apprenticed to master craftsmen. They did not go to school or college to learn. Instead, they learned on the job. Some professions like medicine still require internships before giving a person full authority to work on his own. … Continue reading