Author Archives: Andrew Christian

New Year, New Challenges

Maybe this is something we all do: We block the memories of our first few days of teaching. I was talking with a colleague who started teaching next door to …
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It’s About Time

It’s finally starting to feel like vacation for me. Well, sort of. A few weeks ago, I was working at Willow Glen along with around 70 other English teachers from …
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Reflections

We should be proud. We should feel lucky. As a younger teacher, it is difficult for me to not be optimistic. I can feel the wheels of progress turning, and …
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Authenticity

A couple weeks ago, I was lucky enough to be a guest speaker in a San Jose State credential course, EDSC 182 Assessment and Evaluation. The course, as its syllabus …
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It’s All About the Benjamins

As reported in EdSource, state Democratic senators have proposed an alternative to Governor Jerry Brown’s local control funding formula. If you are not familiar with Governor Brown’s proposal, you are …
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