The Carnival of Education #180 is hosted this week by SteveSpangler.com. Check out my entry if you haven’t already, and enjoy the parade!
Is this happening in a school near you? He said, “Let’s go see a movie.” *** He went, “Let’s go see a movie.” *** He was all, “Let’s go see a movie.” *** He’s like, “Let’s go see a movie.”
Read The Looking Glass Wars by Frank Beddor. It's great for setting, character, and action details.SowahtSo
The Carnival of Education #177 has arrived and my article, "How to Find a Job in Education that You Love" is featured.
I'm off to my brain gym for the summer - the UCI Writer's Project.
NCLB might be losing the highest students, but it is also causing the loss of the middle-of-the-line student's electives.
As I commented on Dangerously Irrelevant's blog, we need to respect those who do not share our tech enthusiasm, yet keep the battle waged.
Supporting computer literacy should not be conditional. Joanne Jacobs challenges in her recent article, "Computers Don't Boost Poor Kids' Grades," that computers in many homes are only used to games and not for literacy. I say, it's a start.
Don't just take the first job handed to you. Here's a step-by-step guide in finding a job in education on your terms.
Using the power of exponents, we just might be able to drop the gas prices. According to the chain email I received anyway.
The Carnival #175 is in town!
Is D the hew F? I comment on The Core Knowledge Blog.
I received a note from an old student of mine. I wanted to share it with you. May you all get such a moment in your careers to see the influence you once had on someone.
I comment on the Education Week's article, Busywork 101.
Is the Internet as we know it really coming to an end in 2012? Well, not if Google and the porn industry have anything to say about it.
Here is an Oral Presentation Rubric from my Teach the Teacher unit.
The Education Gadfly analyzed 6 main afflictions of teaching. But it forgot #7...
Based on a comment I wrote for a D-Ed Reckoning article, this post explains how it isn't that educational research that is at fault so much as those teachers not implementing what we know to work.