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Morning Meetings: Becoming Young Critical Readers

One of my favorite parts of the class day is Morning Meeting. Although there are many things to love about Morning Meetings (particularly the effects it can have in building a stronger classroom community), one of the things that I love about it is the amount of freedom that I have when it comes to the content of the meetings. 438 more words

Research & Theory Into Practive

Stop supplying part-time pedagogy

“No offence but could you put a real teacher on?” This question, one which is frequently asked by seasoned teachers and school administrators alike, continues to rankle and consume me. 1,184 more words

TFA Wants My Money: Why I said "NO!"

On November 15, 2016 I received an email from Kevin Huffman (you can read it at the end), a TFA National Board member. He was asking me to donate and said:  839 more words

Word of the Year 2016: 'Post-Truth'

Fittingly, and somewhat depressingly, Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year for 2016 is ‘post-truth.’

In a year of politics demonstrating that feelings count as facts… 372 more words


Raciolinguistics and Early Childhood Education

Research into early childhood education teaching and practice benefits from a critical look at component parts. Language and literacy are key elements of any ECE classroom and many ECE scholars actively engage in critical literacy explorations. 2,435 more words

Social Justice And Equity

Universities and the Trump Show

It is difficult to imagine in 2016 a more offensive candidate than Donald Trump… and now the world expects anxiously to see what the US President Donald Trump will do. 1,048 more words

Higher Education