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Showing posts from August, 2010Show all
At  a Mississippi Middle School  Race Still Counts
Reflection  time will help students to learn how  to read
10  Reasons to Get Off the Cell Phone Ban Wagon
How Can You Tell If a [Edu]Blog Is Worth Reading?
Teaching Standards: Teachers Should Be Able to Question Their Own Actions With this Model
Leadership And the Elaboration of School Principles.
Is it legal for schools to fine students  for using a cell phone?
Homework wars: How can parents improve the odds of winning?
4 Tips to Prevent Students Hack Into School Network
Cyberbullying: Help Teachers Start to 'Feel' Risk Differently Rather Than Just Conceptualising it.
Teacher Turnover Affects School [No Research Available Yet]
Education & Tech  News for Educators 08/15/2010
Readin' & Writin' + Rich Guys [Cartoon]
Book: How to Become an Architect of Learning.
La Scuola Che Funziona: The Teachers' Manifest.
Linda Darling-Hammond Speaks of the Factory Model School
"Plagiarism is a learned sin, [but] it is not a philosophical issue."
Technology in the Classroom as a Head Start of the New School Year.
13 Major Changes to Education and Training in  the 2025
Gates on Online Education: “It Will Be Better than Any Single University.”
Education Data Is Now Easier to Find and Use in the U.S.
16 Kick-Ass iPhone Apps for Use of Teacher Only.
Can We Compare a Teacher to a Midwife?
10 Social Media Competencies for K-12 teachers.
Bias can be present [in standardized tests] but not be detected by even the top experts in the field.
Who Is  a Digital Literate?
“Transformation May Be the Easiest Thing to Do Politically, But It’s the Hardest to Do Technically.”