I am a teacher. I am a room. I am a space to fill. I am a culture to create. I am a world to shape. We are teachers. We are rooms. We are spaces to fill. We are cultures to create. We are worlds to shape.
Five years ago, I was presented with an opportunity to teach an evening education course at Eastern Washington University. Already wearing too many hats as a high school English teacher, department chair, district literacy leader, multiple-committee member, husband, father, and the list goes on, I didn’t immediately jump at the chance. But after a weekend-long … Continue reading Gradeless: A Culture of Possibility