I love what you do, I really really do. I would love to implement a great many of your techniques in your classroom. I feel, however, that so often the issue of access is overlooked. I work in a low-income school district and nearly every single one of my children live in poverty. I do my best each day to be paperless with what little resources I have (mostly because my school does not have any paper). I beg, borrow, and steal everyday to get what I can for my students in order to prepare them for the future. I just wish that sometimes your blog posts could be, well, for the rest of us.Ok. I'm game. But I'm only one guy. Speaking from the point-of-view of my own experience. It's hard for me (impossible, more accurately) to speak for "the rest of us".
So instead, I'd like to invite you to speak about you and your experience, Mr. or Ms. Anonymous. You are the best person to speak about your situation.
Here's the deal: you come out from behind your anonymous mask and I'll give you a guest post to describe your predicament and help get a discussion going about your situation. Maybe we can figure out some stuff, maybe not. We can at least give it a shot.
Leave a comment here or post me on Twitter and we'll try to connect. We'll try our best to connect, at least.