Archive for the 'teaching' tag

What kind of learning environments do high-poverty minority students deserve?

Paul Thomas says: The public narrative around KIPP is based on embracing an authoritarian and...
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Ames High band: Modeling innovation, risk-taking, and feedback

I’m pretty impressed with the Ames High School band directors. Not only are Chris Ewan and Andrew...
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What would be your reasoning NOT to connect your students to the world?

Laura Gilchrist said: Twitter allows educators to connect and interact with resources, ideas,...
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Toward better technology integration: Introducing trudacot

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Test makers should not be driving instruction

In a post about the difficulty of New York’s Common Core assessments, Robert Pondiscio said: ...
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Redefining ‘rigor’

Tedd Wakeman said: We’ve always defined, as an educational community, rigor as being a lot of...
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Should our first goal really be to preserve the structure?

Justin Schwamm said: Two decades ago, before the great push for higher standards and more...
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Why meaningful math problems are defined out of online assessments

Dan Meyer said: at this moment in history, computers are not a natural working medium for...
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The REAL international story of American education

Linda Darling-Hammond said: Federal policy under No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and the Department...
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In many cases your student peers aren’t burdensome, they’re essential

Dan Meyer said: most software for individualized instruction fails to connect learners in the...
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