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Teacher Growth: Helping teachers open their gates from the inside

This post on my Australian school’s teacher growth model was originally written as a guest post for Starr Sackstein, acclaimed educator, author and bloggess extraordinaire. 833 more words


Schools of Higher Ed- WAKE UP!

Five Days left to make comments about the Fed Proposals to Higher Ed. Please click on the link below- you can comment in the document or you can click on the embedded links in the blog post. 69 more words

Education Politics

For Whom the Memphis Bell Tolls: Are Graduate Schools of Education Incubating Their Own Replacements?

By Wayne Jebian

It is a new educational experiment, an in-vivo implantation of a (purportedly) viable degree-granting institute into a mature host, an existing university-based graduate school of education. 688 more words

Education Politics

Misguided "Edreform?" DCPS Chancellor Articulates Her Vision

A must see video for all teachers and administrators. I fully agree that “edreform” policies are often disconnected and ill-conceived. Yes, everyone wants to “do right” by our students, but I think we need to take a step back and re-assess our pedagogical approach. 46 more words

EdTech Policy

On Vitamins, Healing and "Mojo"...

On my journey to wellness, I was reminded of how important it is to supplement with vitamins. Since it is winter time, I’ve started taking Vitamin D3. 754 more words

Joanne Barkan: One of my favorite writers on #EdReform...

I’ve been going through some of my Twitter “favorites” and retweeting them. I thought I would pass on to you some information about one of my favorite writers on #EdReform, Joanne Barkan. 87 more words