In a recent video for the Los Angeles Times, kindergarten teacher and teacher evaluation consultant Dr. Mark Buehler discusses how to improve the efficiency of the classroom.
He explains the challenges that he encountered while teaching in California’s kindergarten classrooms in the last two years.
I would like to take a look at some of the key things we have to improve.
I think the biggest issue is efficiency.
There is no one way to measure efficiency.
You can have a great teacher, a great class, but if they don’t get the right answers every time, it will not be efficient.
There are different ways to do it, and I think you have to take those things into consideration.
I’ve done a lot of work in the classroom, but the main thing is how to make the classrooms work better.
We’re using some new tools that have come out, so it’s easy to understand and to get an understanding of.
But there are certain things we are going to have to change.
We need to make sure that we have the right teachers, so we’re not having the same teachers every week, and we’re having to replace teachers at the same time.
So we’re trying to make things easier, so that we can have more teachers.
We have to do something different.
We’ve got to take out a lot more paper, so there are fewer things to put on paper.
We are doing a lot to get people more involved, and the way we’re doing it is that we’re putting a lot in the front room.
We want to get the teachers out there, so they’re in front of the class, and they’re out there working with kids, helping kids with their homework, and trying to teach them the right things.
It’s a lot easier to do if you’re out here doing something that doesn’t require much energy.
And I would love to see that happen in the classrooms.
But it’s going to take time.
I’m not sure we’ll be able to do everything immediately, but it is going to be a process.
Dr. Buehl is the director of the Center for Academic Excellence in Learning at Stanford University.