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Move Like a Cat: Challenging the System Every Day.

There are some education writers who always catch my attention. They are provocative and they give me ideas on what I can write about.

Two of these educators are… 335 more words

Innovation

Adult Drama in the Classroom?

Why teacher’s professional issues are more important than student’s concerns when building effective professional learning communities.

Previously published in the The Educator’s Room, “

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Teaching

Academia and the jobs of tomorrow

What do you want to work with when you grow up?

Think about this question asked twenty years ago, how many would have said social media manager, SEO specialist or app developer? 543 more words

Teaching Social Sciences

Permeate and Transcend

Often, when we are deep in the thinking and doing of making change, we focus on embedding the change in a defined area or process, or with a specific group. 444 more words

Patrick Miller

Life Lessons From A Charter School Founder

Originally published in The New Republic on November 9, 2017.
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Picking up a copy of The Education of Eva Moskowitz, you might expect a bildungsroman. 1,992 more words

Week 8- The Helpfulness of the "Learningweb Revolution"

On the whole, Waks’s project seems too extreme and lacks enough solid grounding in the realities and political contexts of our times.  As such, it would be hard to see how anyone could take it seriously as a model for transforming existing schools.  1,362 more words

Education Reform

Joshua Medcalf: Reflecting on the Purpose and Structure of Modern Education

Joshua Medcalf is a former soccer player at Duke and author of “Chop Wood, Carry Water.” In this podcast, he shares his opinion and experiences on the education system, and how he would like to reform it. 1,371 more words

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