I'm working on a return to teaching after some time in higher ed and then at home. I'm frequently told it can't be done since so much has changed in the past decade. I humbly get that a lot has changed. I understand that I will need to do a lot of work to refresh professionally. But, I'm stubborn and I thoroughly believe it can still be done. Some of the initiatives over the past decade were done in higher ed, too. I'd really appreciate some pointers as to what you believe some of the changes have been. For example, we were taught a more student centered approach was better when I was in college and studying secondary ed. I didn't see it being used much in other classrooms when I did my student teaching. Now, I'm seeing it as I sub - and that's great! What are some of the things you think I should research and learn more about?