If you loved the activity of teaching -- both individual tutoring and lecturing -- and had a law degree from a prestigious law school, are there any jobs you could get (other than law professor) that would pay a lot of money and give a decent amount of free time? Suppose you weren't idealistic and didn't care what you taught or to whom...
I have a friend who is an excellent but fairly new (2 years experience) teacher now teaching 1st-graders in a poor inner-city school. She finds that they are lethargic, often barely able to keep awake, and hardly respond to her. Are there any great books/articles she should be reading? [more inside]
A teacher friend of mine is trying to choose between Columbia Teachers' College and Bank Street for a master's degree. Any advice? [more inside]
What does it take to get into prestigious graduate teaching programs like Bank Street / Columbia Teachers College? [more inside]