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- Guest Blogger: Jim Weaver on Illinois Pension "Reform"
- When Students Cheat (And When They Don't)
- Review: SHAKESPEARE'S JULIUS CAESAR: THE MANGA EDITION by Adam Sexton and Hyeondo Park
- It’s Picture Book Monday (in High School)
- What Do You Do in Your "Free" Periods?
- Review: NINETEEN MINUTES by Jodi Picoult
- Review: I GOT A NAME: THE JIM CROCE STORY by Ingrid Croce and Jimmy Rock
- Mark Twain Is Right, Again!
- Top Ten Lessons Learned: 2011-2012 Edition
- Hey, Kids! Your Twitter Is Showing!
- @deborahwiles That one with Wikipedia was a little garbled. Thanks for hanging in there. 2 hours ago
- This GN is popular with some of my students too. --> Reel Reading for Real Readers: My Friend Dahmer: wp.me/p1jac9-nL via @AmyRass 4 hours ago
- When we deny kids class time so teachers can attend meetings, we need to communicate why the meetings matter. They do matter, right? No? 4 hours ago
- Today's class journal topic: Who do you believe (or not believe)? #E307 #E405 6 hours ago
- 4 of 5 stars to A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens bit.ly/1cCqQ85 13 hours ago
- @adam_c_wheeler Your school is blocking an entire genre. Uh oh. 14 hours ago
- Wikipedia isn't a valid source. #FiveWordTechHorrors 14 hours ago
- Custodians moved furniture last night. #FiveWordTechHorrors 14 hours ago
- Today's presentation is on PowerPoint. #FiveWordTechHorrors 14 hours ago
- My school blocks your blog. #FiveWordTechHorrors 14 hours ago
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The school year just ended. One of the year-end rituals with debatable value is final exams. At our school, most classes are required to end with a 90-minute final exam that comprehensively tests a semester’s worth of curriculum. This test … Continue reading
For the first time, each of my 107 students has a blog! I know that plenty of other teachers have successfully launched student blogs, so I don’t claim to be doing anything too revolutionary here. Still, enough people ask me … Continue reading
Using Web 2.0 tools has changed the way I work, the way I think about teaching and learning, and how I approach professional development as both a consumer and purveyor. Education works better when technology is used appropriately. More teachers … Continue reading