Monthly Archives: March 2014

Having the courage of your convictions

When I came across this quote in Alfie Kohn’s book,¬†Beyond Discipline: ¬†From Compliance to Community, I was struck by the discrepancy between some of the goals of education and the means that we sometimes use to attempt to attain them. … Continue reading

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#YouMatter (1:1 style)

In a world where education is dominated by high stakes testing and teacher effectiveness frameworks, it is good to be reminded of what matters most. Angela Maiers (@AngelaMaiers on Twitter) reminds her students of this when she tells them that … Continue reading

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