Do you ever wonder what your teachers do on those Early Out days?
Well, let me tell you: Our goal is to use that time to become better at what we do by working together and learning from each other's successes and failures. Is there a better way to teach this concept? How do you handle it when [insert situation] happens in the classroom? These are the kinds of questions your teachers ask each other, and these conversations lead to better teaching in the classroom.
This year, we are using our Early Out days to conduct book studies in small groups with all of our teachers and campus administrators. We want our students to see us set a good example of being a lifelong learner.
Students: Ask your teachers which book study they are doing, and what they have learned from their readings and discussions.
No one ever knows it all. There is always more to learn!