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Wondering what the next new buzz phrase or sexy subject is in education?
The answer seems to be Flip-Thinking.…
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The advent of the automobile brought dramatic advances in our capabilities around travel and mobility. Over time, the affordability, reliability, capabilities and infrastructure would develop such that its use spread from a select group of adventurous pioneers to the everyday lives of average individuals, including young adults. Over time, rules, regulations, laws, etiquette, licenses, mandatory training and government oversight bodies would develop to improve…Continue
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I was once told by an Athletic Director that those who criticize your work are in the vocal minority while those who support you are in the silent majority. I didn't really want to admit that this was true and it
took me some time to come to terms with this, but it really hits this
subject on the head. My current principal and I have had this
conversation recently as well when dealing with what it takes to get
people to follow directions. If you take the time to think…
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I'd like to make something clear regarding my recent post on Waiting for Superman -- please don't read my post thinking that I'm necessarily drinking all of the Kool-Aid. I have questions and doubts just like
anybody else. I don't believe that charters and KIPP and Geoffrey Canada
are the end all be all, if you will. I'm a public school teacher who
believes very strongly that we need to fix our system and I believe that
teachers in the public schools are doing a…
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Hello everyone out there. I will be attending a two day digital storytelling inservice and was curious about the following:
1. How many librarians/media specialists out there use it?
2. How often is it used?
3. If you do use it, is it stand alone or is it coupled with other lesson content?
Let me know!
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