Tag Archives: change

On Building Rome in a Day (and changing your pedagogy)

Doc Z and I presented yesterday at the Colorado Language Arts Society conference on getting away from grading, and using feedback to teach/encourage reflective practice in our students. We packed a lot into 75 minutes, and the teachers in our … Continue reading

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STOP STEALING DREAMS: Seth Godin at TEDxYouth@BFS – YouTube

I just tweeted some key quotes that really struck me listening to this talk (thanks to a colleague who sent it our way). Great fundamental question- “What is school for?” And my new classroom mantra- “Go do something interesting and … Continue reading

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The “Intentional Fallacy” and other things that get in the way…

We have to start videoing what happens in our office. We had a three way conversation yesterday that will be impossible to replicate, but I will try to capture the essence. I was having a conversation with a colleague in … Continue reading

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