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Small Victories & Minor Downfalls

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I have been formally studying for 19 years now – straight and without significantly long interruptions. I graduated college five years ago and after a semester’s worth of rest (i.e., corporate job) I started with my graduate studies in Math Teaching (MA Math). 1,274 more words

Distance Education

Stand on what you believe

Before revealing my scores I just have to say that this test was so much fun. I felt like I was watching a movie and as I read through each page the story unravels. 714 more words

EDS 101

Hard Truths About Knowing Thyself

It’s a new term. A new season for every student. This is a fresh start to do things right and strong. So, to start this term, I took these self-assessment tests to know where I’m now at. 1,084 more words

Reflections, Insights And Realizations

Doing a Masters in Education Part 2: getting your disciplinary framing clear

In my last post I wrote about how I think the terms ‘qualitative’ and ‘quantitative’ are fairly useless for describing research: at best, they might describe methods of data analysis. 750 more words

Developing Teachers

Morning Dew(ey): Pedagogy Series Description

The purpose of this project is to investigate and modernize the pedagogical claims of John Dewey with an aim towards classroom application. Dewey offers much advice that is still relevant to today’s educational context. 298 more words

Classroom Community

Pedagogy of Transformation

Pedagogy, the study of teaching, is not an established discipline in the United States. Teachers do not take courses called pedagogy; there are no degree programs in pedagogy; and the word itself remains obscure to a vast portion of the population, indeed to a vast portion of educational researchers. 339 more words

Philosophy Of Education