Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Making of a Metaphor

Today at ECET2KY, we were challenged by Chris Crouch (@the_explicator) to think about the metaphors we use to describe education.  Through a conversation, Scott Diamond (@scottediamond) and I were able to develop a very applicable (and very science oriented) metaphor for … Continue reading

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Teacher Engagement

Just this week, Gallup released some data about teacher engagement.  Their research showed that only 30% of full time US teachers are “engaged” in their work.  Gallup’s definition of engagement included teacher’s knowing the scope of their job and actively … Continue reading

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