After JD's two-week old post in my journal (so much for that web message for journal replies) covering some of his expertise/experience teaching, I thought I'd just leave an option question for anyone who runs across this.
Even if you're not a teacher, EVERYONE has taught someone something. If you've seen Patch Adams (Great Robin Williams movie), you likely remember the interesting defense he used - every patient he treated had cared for someone else, so they were doctors too.
I'm horrible at being concise, so I'll try this: As a teacher, what have you done that worked? Or not worked?
I'd like to see everything - controlling a unruly class, getting that apathetic D- student interested in some subject material, anything goes.
PS: Does anyone get those web messages saying so-and-so replied to a journal?