By Brian Kelley
In preparation for a guest appearance in a Classroom Management course at Temple University, adjunct professor―and PAWLP co-director―Jolene Borgese asked her college students to email questions to me.
One question gnaws at me. For several days I have felt the need to write about it: Which students are toughest for you to teach? How do you address those students?
If I answered this question twenty years ago, I would have said the resistant students. My answer is different today. Yes, even after 20 years, I still find some students tough to teach. And I think I always will.
The toughest students for me are the students whom I do not know.
This one, my friends, is squarely on me. Not on the students. Read more