Kick-off for “Ask a Curmudgeon”

As a parent of teenagers, I eventually realized it was futile to want them to act like 25-year-olds. I now remind middle and high school teachers that their students can’t be 25, when they are 15. Furthermore, I remind myself that my graduate students can’t be 55, when they are 35.

Fifty-year-old teachers have a perspective that 35-year-olds don’t. In these blogs I answer a grandson’s questions about older teachers. (Although I am not a grandfather, I play one on the internet.)

“Ask a Curmudgeon” to get a perspective you can’t get from young teachers. Two examples follow.


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